Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1961 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 17, 1961
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,f.V i MONDAY, APRIL IT, 1061 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH LONDON * Swrtt ot ffllvtt Lfinfilf foMM MI ftafrtnot to roll jfVSHn (flt JNpMftghtiti Pifl« Ttw tiy wi to SPfCIAL MONMT - TVftMT - WDMMMV -AT- AlfON HO 2-M61 AVAILAl * AT- ALTON 13 W6MMI LPMtOK 8ARTUWT, m. (AP) -CyrtW OnAnoQi borfi 18 wMttt pf§» rnattttt Jim, ft ind #wm little twg* Of survival, hat been Minn |gj^yg^'' H^^^. jfcm t^MMAiJ^ iiuuR) nwn tnt iwipin HIP psmrti, Mr. and osnt OfUndo, took out fNlUlt SWwISn COVCMrit tn CMQ&IO. Phyitctitn thfiWi pro- nomiccQ MT in fliM fNMdth. Tnt infant weighed 2 pound! at (Mfi droppw to ow pound A 'WIN vttt IrS^PWWPWII AINN HO t-t4ft iWl OQfidBs Jsn. sit siq{ntty mow fitsn 8 pounds fl f wwsti §nB left the hospital. Anwrtcsn Mwlcftl Assorts* tton Mid the It one of only 16 yotmgrtm tawwn to have gar- vlved pfMuftare birth of more wan three months. Read Telegraph Want Ada Daily At Teacher** Banquet Emily Kimbrough, Best-Selling Author. To Speak in Alton INSURANCE —for the— HOME BUSINESS AND AUTO 1877 Announcing a New Special Coverage for Business Property MILLERS'MUTUAL . , f ^ ', recognize* the Importance of providing ever-widening protection not previously available to you at a reasonable cost. We are proud to Introduce the new BROAD FORM coverage for BUSINESS property, similar to that which has been available on your home for years. You would be taking a progressive step to protect yourself against losses to your Building and Contents of the type covered In the BROAD FORM. In addition through Millers' Mutual you are entitled to our regular Dividend Savings in a Strong Company (83 years fair dealing) . . . Surplus over Eleven Million. It's New! You Need W We Suggest You Call Us Now! W. March E. Lamm O. West C. McCltntoek .1. Bagley T. Marquis HO 2-5841 ItO 2-7802 Edw. 2672 Collect CL 4-24 Ifi FB 2-8242 HO 2-0448 Bmiiy Kimbrough, editor and beat-selling author, will be the speaker at the annual Celebrity Banquet ot the Alton Education Association, April 27, at Godfrey Civic Center, 6:30 o'clock, It was announced today. Miss Klmbrough Is the author ot "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" and other best-sellers. She alto is a one time managing editor of the "todies Home Journal" a motion picture writer, (and currently is making a name as a lecturer. Tickets for the banquet are on sale to the public, Edmond Young, program chairman, announced. In her appearance, Miss Klm- brough will draw on a wide and varied life for her talk. She started in the publishing field through the Marshall Field advertising department, later was named editor of Field's "Fashions of the Hour". Her book, "Through Charley's Door" was a humorous account of her experiences at the Chicago department store. She became one of America's MISS KIMBROUGH Cornelia Otis Skinner turned out "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay", Miss Kimbrough came to the attention of Hollywood. After advising the producer on the script for "Our Hearts" she stayed on as a writer. Unlike many authors who became Impatient with Hollywood, she loved the place. "In Hollywood there awareness that everyone around Green Beans 5 '*".M """I "Pmhllkt" Cut Stylo Foloer's Instant COFFEE Grass Seed "SUPERB" for finer lawns '£69* 10 dressed women, her smart- you is working and you catch ness always as unstudied as her humor. She was offered the post of fashion editor of the Ladles Home Journal while with Marshall Field and from that climbed to managing editor. When she and her close friend THE PLEASURE OF YOUR COMPANY IS REQUESTED AT A SPECIAL SALON SHOWING OF THE MAGNIFICENT 1961 Eldorado Biarritz It is a distinct pleasure to invite the motoring public to visit our showrooms for an unusually fine display of the luxurious Cadillac motor cars. We are confident you will feel, as we do, that the automobile which Cadillac designers have created for 1961 is beyond question the finest ever built. We are especially pleased that for this occasion we will have on exhibit certain superb Cadillac models which you might not ordinarily have an opportunity to see. While you are here, we will be happy to arrange a demonstration drive at a time convenient to you, and to explain how very easily you can become the owner of a 1961 Cadillac. fl&twood 60 Special fire from each other's work and there is always an Impetus produce," she said. Miss Kimbrough's books are reflections of situations, sodes, and eras through which she has passed. Her "How Dear to My-Heart" was the story of her childhood in Muncie, Ind., "We Followed Our Hearts to Hollywood" was her reaction of her exposure to the film capital, "So Near and Yet So Far" the tale of a trip to New Orleans and the Evangellne country, and "Water, Water Everywhere" was based on a trip to Greece and Yugoslavia. In virtually all the trips she found fun and merriment. Cornelia Otis Skinner says Miss Kimbrough is an expert on fun.j "Emily is a living magnet i alike . for high adventure and! mad disaster, and from all of! her experiences she emerges j triumphant and more entertaining than ever," Miss Skinner! once wrote. | Tickets for the banquet and program are $3 each, Young said. Each school building has a jticket representative, he added J School Music Program Set At Carrollton Miss Betty Roth, vocal music instructor, and Miss Val Berry, band music instructor in the Carrollton Community School Unit, will present their grade school pupils in a public musical program Thursday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. at Carrollton High School. Pupils will be presented from the 4th grade through the 8th grade. Clothing Training School CARROLLTON — Leaders of home economics clothing 4-H Clubs in the county will meet Friday in the Greene County Farm Bureau for a round table discussion and clothing clinic. Revival Services CARROLLTON — Revival services which have been held during the past two weeks will continue through Tuesday night at Faith Baptist Church, according to plans which were made Friday evening. The Rev. William Martin of White Hall is evangelist and services are conducted at 7:30 p.m. daily in the church. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hamann are the parents of a daughter born Saturday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. This is the fourth child and fourth daughter o* the couple. Hamann is a member of the faculty of the Carrollton Community Unit High School. Admitted to the hospital Fri day were Darriell Margeson of Kane and Edward Castleberry of Cottage Hills. Dismissed Friday was Miss Margaret Baker. Dismissed Saturday were Mrs. Helen Potter and David Allen Potter of Kane: Mrs. Victoria Fetter of Palmyra- Roy Rhoads, Mrs. Louis Comhs and Mrs. Jennie Brenrum, Car- rolllnn; Miss Roberta Sue Evans. Hardin; Edward Castlebeiry. Cot -i tage Hills; Joe Bauman, Humps j ville, and Mrs. Lucy Dowdall, oi| Rockbridge. Boned Ham Rib Steaks Pork Chops Sliced Bacon We Reserve the Right te limit to All Depqrtmenri Ground Beef Fresh Lean Ixeellent for me«t loaf, mtotbolli, ftdift- burgw and with ipaghttti recipes Ground several times dairy t« aesure absolute FRESHNESS Ib. Ground Chuck Fully Cooked Wafer Sliced Swift Premium ProTen Beef Center Cuts "Swift's Sweet Rasher" Thin Slices ORANGES Calif. Seedless Navel 163 Size doz. 79 BANANAS APRIL 17-19 • 9)00 AM. to 9:00 P.M. LEE KLEIN CADILLAC INC U»I UQAOWAY . AtTOK UMO« American Cream Cheese "<* *55 e Swiss Kraft'i Big fy« SLICED 4-ot. pkg. • FROZEN FOODS Patio BEEF Enchilada""""" " " •*»» 39 Orange Juice "r 2 r:39c Van Camp's Beans Orange Juice Sauerkraut With Pork "T«xsun" Unsweetened C.W. With Beans — "PARAMOUNT 1 Chili Pears s Corn Hawaiian Punch Detergent Soup! C. W. Luscious Bartlett Halve* In Heavy Syrup CAMPBELL'S • VEGETABLE-BEEF • MUSHROOM or • CHICKEN-NOODLE "American Beauty" Cream Style Golden New Low Pricel No. 300 J cans 46-ox. | cans No. 300 C cans No. 300 C cons No.r/i j cons Tri-C!ty LIQUID 7 3 7 5 3 6 N.. 1 J| cans I 7 3 3 No. 300 cans 46-o«. cans 22-or. bots. C.W. While Bread 2 '•«*•• 35* Krey Beef Stew Mb. •an 35* TP«MED MFK SAVIOR LONDON — Abnormally wet weather which washed away the {fogs is credited with a remarkable decline in deaths from infectious diseases. Health authorities so report in pointing to the lowest polio death list in H year*. an important decline in bronchi- tic fatalities and a dip in tuberculosis deaths. There were 47 inches of rain in 12 months for the wettest weather in England and Wales in 88 year*. Telegraph Want Ads " NEW USEFUL PROTEIN CEREAL Carnation Instant Choc. Prink 971 10-«tf. pfcf We? TOPIC Shortening Beets TUNA LUX Lifebuoy Water SWAN LYE It's Rich, H Whips Mr». Tucker tall can 3-lb. can 10 s 75' 16-01. Aunt Ntllte's Harvard Stylo jar Brea«t-0-Chicken Groen Label TOILET SOAP 2 SOAP. White, Coral or Pink SOFTINW "Spring ioin" LIQUID DfTHGINT I3*oi. bo*, ttf Atony War" tftjn) 13*1.

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