Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 10, 1958
Page 21
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SI m Page* 2136 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Clarified Established January 15, ALTON, iLt-mOtS, THURSDAY, JULY 10,1958 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Pre» Exclusive new suntan discovery prevents dried-out skin moisturizes! Almost nothing oYiw op dun moisture fatter than sun,. Rerion's *Sun Bath* moisturizes your skin ... keeps it soft and supple no matter how dark you tan. From $1.10. Special Formula for skin that freckles, burns severely: 'Sun Bath' for Sun&nsitive Skin, in aqua r tube. From $1.25. Coftvmltnt Locations i 2610 State St. • 328 Belle St. Wilshire Village Shopping Center • 2521 College Ave. • Alton Plan Shopping Center Two Youths Held After Hog Thefts CARUNVTLLE - Artie Voyles 18, of Cottage Hills, Is being held in custody in the Macoupin County Jail having been arrested in Madison County on a warrant issued in this county charging larceny of four hogs from^the farm of Harry Kateer near Brighton. Kaiser is a resident of Alton. Chief Deputy Sheriff Russell (Red) Brown Brought Voyles to the county jail after Voyles lad been turned over to him by Madison County authorities. Barney Jones, 17, of southeast of Bunker Hill, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace K. M. Homer on a charge of larceny and his bond was set at $2,500. He is alleged to have stolen two hogs from the Kaiser farm. Another youth is in custody of naval authorities following his implication with the al< eged thefts. Macoupin Fair Opens On July 22 SIXTH STREET TO HAVE FACE LIFTED Excavation to prepare for widening Sixth had begun, at Liberty. A highlift was taking dirt out of the space between the curb and the sidewalk on the north side while linemen removed a pole at the opposite corner.—Staff Photo. Coutny Selective Service System. A call for five to report for physical examination and five CARLJNVILLE — Macoupin bounty Fair dates are July 22 through 26. Entries must be made prior to 12 noon on July 19. All entries must be made either by mail to the Fair Secretary, Miss Martha Loehr, Carlinville, or exhibitors may place entries in person at the fairgrounds each af- ernoon a week previous to the air, from 1 to 5 p.m. and on Sat- jrday night from 9 to 12 o'clock. No animal or exhibit can be removed from the grounds until p.m. Saturday, July 26, except those in -the Women's Art Hall, vhich can be removed at 3 p.m. >n July 26. . Inducted into Service CARLINVILLE— Charles Fanling, Gillespie, reported for in- luction in the U.S. Army Tues- iay as a volunteer, o a report from the Macoupin report for induction has been re ceived by the local board for to Aug. 11. An eight-story hotel in Adelaide, Australia, will have a sky room with panoramic view. Feel More CONFIDENT* as your savings grow Front Door Toller's Window—Free Front Door Perking CITIZENS SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 32S Smith Avt. Dial 4-3842 fast Alto* HOURS: | A *° - "° -—' -^?- ndty i A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Fridays—Closed Saturday!. SPECIAL SALE AT HURWITZ JEWELERS...DO-IT-YOURSELF & SAVE! AW ONLY DRESSEL-YOUm HAS IT! THERE IS SOMETHING NEW IN THE MILK BUSINESS — D.Y — THE INSTANT CHOCOLATE MILK SHAKE — IN QUARTS AND EIGHT-OUNCE PAPER* CARTONS. JUST SHAKE THE CARTON AND POUR YOURSELF A SHAKE ... SHAKE & PARTAKE! GET IT FROM YOUR DRESSEL- YOUNG MILKMAN OR YOUR FAVORITE STORE — ASK FOR D-Y — AND YOU'LL KEEP ASKING! DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY YOU SAVE'20V •I Mon MM* *t (MM, *», co. or tarn, lull by *«M>by9*Mngy«grM wck qwllty Mob w low CawvMiUft wMrf WV* 1 HOMI OF IONDIO NOTARIZID DIAMONDS OR MAIL THIS COUPON S MIYII HUIWITX JIWILUS WOH I »"*•»**" *»..•'. mmm i ! pl ***« ••»* «w» the til Fiece Socket Wrenofc »wl Twrf '• WPI | w|H nav the tutlamui «1.AII m IUHA|I. I J Q 1 New *c«ount P Cb«r9« to my «6ceunt IQ Full *mpunt •nclottd Q Stnd C.O.D. I 11»»« «r«ii» City Tt. MOM, OL 84111, QL 14177 AHtfl 2-2f 21 MVE AT 212 W. THIRD 8T InA^tfttftA^tfM ^^MJ^M* ^^H BfajUkA ftaVKH or l«odiA0 /twdtn in Soutotrn iUi nA » <«r Qvw Sf Ytaw ioy'Awoy J •Mni»• ••• t»i»»»

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