Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1961 · Page 6
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April 17, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAOtttX AjL/fON EVTOCtNG For BmiUUng Fund Drive Baptists 01 Jersey Raise 186,000 in Advance Gifts ^^^^^^g^^^ULiyc, JKftSEYVILLC «*• Advance! flow wfll oe iWilduflR, cot* row is jflllt for the bufldlflR frond df the'and rest rooms, tint Baptist Chore Motafed 96,- Principal speaker tor fte pro- *J6 M Ot Friday evening accord- gram following (he Loyalty Ohv Ing to an ammuncemefit made atlner Friday *m> the Rev. Mfchftd fee Loyalty tHiwer it the Jenny (Elliott of Kansas City, member Community High School. of the Edifice and Building Funds ttoe information was given by Staff ot t h e American Baptist O. O. Leach, general chairrmniHome Mission Society, former of flat Fond RaMng Comtntttee. [in-wnpapa man. chaplain in both to DO members of the contrega-! World Wars, editor and punlrtb- tlon and friends of the church as-'er. He is directing the fund rah- 1 semW«d for the occasion. Thtejtng campaign locally and will bei have* approximately $150,000 to'in Jerseyville until Aprfl 26 by be raised for me completed pro-'which time everyone will have jeet been given an opportunity to con- The solicitation campaign be- tribute to the project. gab Saturday and will be con- others participating In the pro-| doded by April 26. The first p- n m Friday evening were: Mrs. phase of the building program of p au | Smith, church clerk; Illger the church includes the erection.Becker, general gift chairman; Of an educational building on the O. G. Lea<*h. advance gifts chair- lot south of the present church'rna n . and the pastor, Rev. Harand will be connected to the old Lnne. i church edifice The three-story Mrs Edwar( | \\-hitphead pre- bufldlng wfll be of brk* and stoneispnt^j n vocal solo and was ac- trhn and will have aluminum eompanjed by Mrs. Jack Wee, windows and steel and concrete j n*mmt*~ n»m JS^ftST 119 ** te < naa£SS£-E. andM«. rw^r^Js^£r^r,i ^^^^^V^Si'.'^^s.f'^ syjs- a director of education, secretary and minister, and several class rooms and the second floor is to be devoted to classrooms. On each fj»J| fj fj)_ f Helen! hi <M niMtt M mtnr httin|«. 6<t BELL-*W ttOqr fw the fwtMt known rtJW. 3S«lt <raMteU. atnt portal to BELLAM, Onmtan, N. V. to litam fm unplt. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. George Bland of Kamps- vtlle; and is a great granddaugh- • ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bicker of KampsviUe. Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Carroll of Kamberg and! •Henry Steinberg of Kampsville. j ! Prior to her marriage Mrs.] Blnnd was Miss Adaline Carroll. The couple has a son Jeffrey j Dean, aged 16 months. DONT TAKE CHANCES With Good Dollars Spent! ... for fertilizers, labor, gas. oil. taxes, interest and other costs of producing your corn or soybeans. Yon can now protect them from the unavoidable causes of loss, such as drought, flood, hail. wind. excessive rainfall freeze. Insect infestation and 'plant diseases. Come In before April Mtn deadline—TALK FT OVER OR WRITE . . . Mrs. lone Huyear CARUNV'UE! !u. Federal Crop Insurance Agent for MAOOUPW—MADISON & JERSEY COUNTIES the newest ideas are always... SHIP 'N SHORE Sizes 28 to 36 MONDAY, APRIL 17,1961: It 18*88 fcflU, flMtrttfay AwA nw* Mby Minisi atwl ww wtlpied 0 MtitWI 1» w OTHMfMi PRV MhC BrtttpMittlllttf Of Mr. and MM, WHllaTn Stoll of Wrk. wound) tt&jr tiifl Mf, tntl Mr». Mrntt 'Of JtfftrtonVflie and to • itwrt (MirtddattKh ter of Mr. «nd Mtt, ft. M, fier nine of PtttBle, (Jol«. Mn. Miner ww ftttrntrl Miss Claire Stoll. Thte it the couple't first child. Attend AwVM — A group of Eastetn Stars from here attend . ^_.JL i ~.*a ~ Attn, Wrl» in «i* iintot^Bih ^^^^b^dtm^mm KHMJCntt IWUUUUUlWt roy Beaty WM WtoM, and Mn. Ltftt Krow WM sitter. Others attending frowi IWW »K -an atortHo dtetrtopwW with a 100,000-liflatwrtt M hid bwfi appitwtod tip ttw trtctty Obtnrtrlwwi. plant: ftoity Ulte*. MCT LEO E, DUGGER MAYOR Or ilTHALTO Elictlon: Tuaday, Ap^l 18, T««r Support WIN It NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Two pictures show the inductees of the Alton High School National Honor Society. Ceremony took place Thursday night at the high school. Forty-two of these are senior students and the remaining 11 are juniors. It was one of the largest groups ever in- ducted here because only one ceremony was held this year. Sponsors of the society are Miss Mildred Rutledge, Frank Harlan and Miss Alice Gates.—Photos by Gravemann. Two Jersey Municipalities To Elect Officers Tuesday Tuesday at the First Methodist I is "Doers To Youth Temperance Education". Plan Club Sapper JERSEYVILLE — Members of i Church. j Members contacted local min-j 'isters to read the proclamation' Youth Temperance Week! the Jerseyville Assembly Order on JERSEYVILLE— Two Jersey no opposition to Mark T. Frei-i ance are beln S dis P'ayed " man. He is a candidate on the. County rri'Unicipalities will hold elections Tuesday. | A contest for mayoi- is pending in Grafton where Mayor John Cannon is seeking re-election for the fifth term. He is opposed by Gerland (Windy) land this will be filled by write- Nairn. Cannon is running on j jn candidate. the Citizens ticket and Nairn is' in the Fieldon election there seeking the post as a candidate |i g opposition for only one posl- on the Peoples ticket. 'tion, village trustee for the full Benjamin J. Carey and Der-Uerm. Four candidates are in rill G. \Vildt are running forjtliis battle, with three to be city clerk and city treasurer, ! elected. They are Jerome Beck- respectively und are unopposed, ier, Kenneth Duval, Edward Mot- Boih are running on the Citi-' ter and Joseph D. Delp. dens' ticket . Carey is sf-eking Unopposed are Allie Pruitt for re-election. The present city village president; Lawrence treasurer. Raymond Pohlman, 'Erin, village clerk and Mrs. Leis nut seeking re-election. » a Kruse for village treasurer. In the First Ward. Paul K . Hunning for the unexplred Arnold and Oliver E. Ready are ert Freeman, People's party, ifrom the pulpit Sunday and In the Third Ward, there is i posters pertaining to the observ- !of Rainbow for Girls, and the Rainbow Mothers' Circle are sponsoring a chili supper Tuesday week. Courageous Youth will be the this at the Masonic Hail. Serving will (be from 5 to 7 p.m. Sandwiches ot her side dishes will be serv- Independent. ticket. No one filed : program topic at the meeting | ed jn addtiion to chjlii pie and for the job of police magistrate (Tuesday and the general theme jcoffee. An Investment in Knowledgn Pay* the Best Dividends — Vote For — CLARENCE (RED) PRUETT (38 Years KeNicfrnc* of Bethalto) FOR VILLAGE TRUSTEE OP BETHALTO On Election Day, April 18th, 1961 QUALIFIED AND CAPABLE Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated • ICELEi 50 EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS SO F R F F t A GI. E S T A M P S WITH THIS COUPON Ana a ».*• purchaM m IMM Redeemable at or Nfl Store; dffw Exvirat W«d. Nlte, April l«ti. This coupon Is Issued for your asa aiM exchange In National Pood Stores Only ana remains the property of National Tea Com* psny. The only right yon acquire In this coupon I* to exchange It for Eagle Stamps at the time you make a purchase at your National Food Store. Vou must not dispose of this coupon or use It In any other way without our consent In writing. LIMIT ONE COUPON TO A CUSTOMER U. S. GOV'T. INSPECTED FARM FRESH FRYERS >27° WHOLE 2 TO 2>/a LI. AVG. MICKELBERRY'S OLD FASHIONED, LINK POLISH SAUSAGE - 49* CENTER-CUT, THICK OR THIN HAM STEAKS - 89* TENDER FRESH LEAN, FRESH-CUBED PORK CUTLETS - 69 PURE FRESH LEAN BULK PORK SAUSAGE » 39* YOU CANT FIND FINER, FRESHER PRODUCE! AN EXCITING SPRING VALUE! FRESH YOUNG TENDER GREEN PEAS 15 C Florida New Potatoes We Beserve The Right To limit Qnantitiea LB. 6 NATIONAL Top Taste Delicious CINNAMON ROLLS Cluster of 6 33' ^ f*U6ttfioO 1862 E. Broadway, 510 Delmar, ALTON NORTH ALTON 337 E. Feriuton, WOOD RIVER iBllp'n Shore's "happy hobo" shirt 3.98 Sizes 28 to 38 lt ' rm ot villa « e trustee is The °candidates for alderman. Both dme J - NarU|1 ' ja«v runnins on the Independent VUHiiiR Here From Colorado [ licke , i In the Second Ward three can- 'didaie. are in the race wi.h one . . . _. .., . to be elected. They are W. L. *• Casien. Citizens parly; B. H.!«* JtHSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs.; Juiucs Reddish and , Fatty and Otrrie of jColo., arrived in Jerseyville dur-' jing the weekend for a visit with Pohlman, Independent and Rob- tmbroidered ty-belt by Ship'n Shore* OpM • bbff VbR« • Charge \ ^H n ' ^H ^ ^^B 71(1 E» ftlFOttClwtiV ^^1 Since 1W M |uvltod EAST ALTON WANTS CLEAN WATER! ELECT HOWARD L SHELTON FOR MAYOR TUES., APRIL 18 Reddish's parents, and Mrs. J. H. Reddish. The children; will remain in Jerseyville with I their grandparents while their I I parents go on to Winter Haven, I JFla., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. j i/ed Reddish, uncle and aunt of | Mr. Reddish. | Youth lVm|)«runce 'Education VVffk ' , JKRSKYVILLK•- Yuulh Tern-, !(>eiaiu:e Kciucatiori Week being i marked 1'iom April 16 1 h rough J i April 22. will be observed at i he niiH'ling oi (he .li'iseyvillo {Woman's Chrisiian Temperance |Union |o bf held at 1:30 p.m. What • *«M Wh«t • f<Ml^hpt »ol«etion of caving valu««l For • Imitod tUm only—you'll find few brand new 1061 Prigfctair* AppUanoM sporting • rad tog^~wHh prioM ao low Itwy'ra bound to go foott HEADQUARTERS VAHPRETER-MAYOR 215 I, ST. tOUIS AVI., IAST ALTON INFORMATION WBW^W Transportation to Polls TELEPHONE" CL 4-iasi "/us< Across From Germonia Building AiSO •OBIS' 1MO Martali » ^PTBJ^BT vw^Bfvjpvwp At Clow-Out 5»0 I, MOADWAY Mou. »nd Fr * Till a P.m. Huron REFRICERHTIOn Man. and Fvi. Till • F.M. 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