Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 17, 1958 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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Thursday, July 17, 1958
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THURSDAY, JULY 17,1958 ALTQff EVENING Opening Band Concert Set Friday At Jersey Je»ey*st —> fhc Villa Mttnteiwl B«fld win opefl its IM tfcteert season here. Hit* P.M. M£ ABMnoMNlt lawUftft* JMOMi AMI CAStAL SHOES $|M to MM JAM WESTERN • SHOE STORES 8«4-M ft. Bnmdway 8 p.m. o Trthe courthouse Uwft according to announcement made by Paul Horn, mwwger. t»aal Brown of White Hall, will again dltuct lie band and M Una fi€i1]ard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, ittwtd aBllard of Jerseyville the majorette. Members of the band this yeal include the followitig: cornets Paul Horn, Charles Powell, Dar fell Cannedy, John G. Ziffltner man. Melvln Dalhous, Noble Mei der, Fred Miller and Robert Scog gins; trombones — Paul Brown Larry Ressler, Prentiss D. Cheney tiharles Cheney, William Noble and Rcihard Ingersdll; Bartitones — Clarence Schmid THIS VENETIAN BLIND SALE PROVED SUCH A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS AT OUR; f MADISON STORE, THAT WE DECIDED TO BRING IT TO ALTON PLAZA. IMAGINE BEING'ABLE TO BUV BLINDS FROM 23 INCHES TO 68 ; INCHES WIDE FOR 1 ONLY $2.99! V All-Metal Venetian Blinds UfttaeJlMhosWide Many Outstanding Features • Entire Blind GnlvMlud and Bonderlzed • Enclosed Metal Box Head and Bottom Bar . • Self Equalizing Hardware • Painted with Plastic Baked- on Enamel READY TO INSTALL Votuts t» J14.9S All Sim Offered At Out Lew Price $O99 2 200 blinds In assorted widths. So many sizes you can in- Mall them throughout your home. Find your size, listed below and Hurry to Gllk's. Alton Plaza, for the best, selections to suit your needi. 34 to 36 inches are 64 inches long. . . wider widths are 34 Inches lent. ~ WIDTH QUANTITY WIDTH QUANTITY WIDTH QUANTITY 2r|24" 4|12 31" 11 40" 42" 4| 3 28" 7 32" 25 44" 3 26" 12 33" 10 48" 3 |27" 1 '•* |34" |20 |54" 1 3 28" 35 35" * 58" 4 2f" " 3*" * 44" 3 30" 22 38" 4 •8" 3 Sole Starts Friday f A.M. Continuous Sforewide Clearance/ i $tef.«—Alton Ptau and Wikhire VIHafe if Ladles' Dresses * Cotton Skirts * Shorts * Costume Jewelry * Panes * Children's Dresses ' Beth Center Stores Open Friday and Monday Nlflht. Till Nine F.M. 11 Apply for GreetieCounty Assessing Job CARROLL-TON - Eleven ap» )licatiofi8 for ttie office of Qrwtie Qminty supervisor of assessments *em filed in the office of Bwight Qoonrod, Greene County Clerk, by Tuesday, the last day for an- flying. The eleven will take the ixanMnattoti for the office TUBS* Jay, July 22, The applicants are D. 0. Shade and V, P, McQuerry of Rood- House; Otis Jouett, Dwlght Coonrod, Robert M. Waller and James (Jack) Ballard of White Mall;' Laverne Hftlbert, Floyd Kimbro, and Clarence J. tarts, Carroll ton,' Sanford Hutchison, Green Held; Chest* Castleberry, Hillview. and Thomas Schmidt; saxophones — Robert Downey, aCrl Mottian Jr., aCrl Moore, Gordon Hughes, Duane Berthoux, David Cope and Gene Parsell; French horns — Maurice Kirchner and Gerald Nim erick; alto horns — Ray Brickey and Donald Daum; clarinets — Frank Klainsek, Herbert Whiteside, Jay D. Grabbe and Richard Parsell; Drums— Robert Holladay, Frank Smith, James Rice, Earl Goforth and Edward Fuller; basses — George Entrekin, Donald Evans and David Ricbey. The Alton Band will present it's annual concert in Jerseyville on Aug. 8. This is always an outstanding event on the season's program here. aMnager Horn reports that the local band will participate in the American Legion parade in Rood- liouse on July 22. The Jerseyville band took part in a number of events recently. They led the Merchants Parade held in connection with the Jersey County Fair, took part in the annual Lions Club Par ade in White Hall, and were in the Memorial Day parade here. Clubhouse Ransacked JERSEYVILLE—A report was received Wednesday morning at the sheriff's office that a break- in had occurred during the night at the Sinclair Clubhouse near Gralton. The intruders ransacked the clubhouse, but according to Deputy Sheriff Elmer Carstens, who made the investigation, the thieves apparently took nothing. Guatemala may establish school to train tourist guides. Plagued Day And NightwithBladder Discomfort? UnwUe e»tliur or drinkinc BIW Re • source of mild, but annoying bladder i rirri. tations - nuking you feel restless, tense, and uncomfortable. And if reiUeis nights, with nagging backache, headache or muscular aches and pains due to over-exertion, strain or emotional upset, arc adding to jour misery-don't trait-try DoW's Fills. Doan's Pills act S ways for speedy relief. 1 - They have a soothing effect OB bladder Irritations. 8-A fast pain-relieving action on nagging backache, head- acnes, muscular aeheTand pains. S-A wonderfully mild diuretic action thro the kidneys, tending to Increase the output of the IK miles of kidney tubes. So, get the happy relief millions have enjoyed for over 60 years. Hew, large economy lias aaret money. Get Dean's rills todayj • muii> h (• ( • A '' »*y A 1 AND MIA' ft ANY 2 WATCHES Actually a $69 Value! M.N Per Week Ytil Yen fit 2 wetekti fer ffc« •Hct ef ent. UniiM quantity eff styles te chef si Irew . . . every watch cemnlt*t with inatchlif tieeiiieii hen4! Iy*ry watch f«Hy (eweltdl Ivtry watch a natlfially a^vertlwa make! Yti, aid every watch with maffififtvt ruby PHONI M»7», ASK FN JIWOIV OPEN FRIDAY 9 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. WE'RE NOT REDUCING FICTITIOUS LIST PRICES—WE'RE CUTTING OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES! FWOM Shop Early! A Extraordinary value in a beautiful Charcoal and Grey set! Black At theif fantastic savings these dinettes will be gone in no time «t all—be here when the doers open for best selection and to avoid disappointment. This sale may never be repeated! * Roomy, too! The 30x60" High Pressure plastic table top is heat * Plastic table top is easy to keep clean. Table has brass-colored * Curved pillow-back chairs with upholstery front and back. Chairs e Sturdy, pretty-as-a-picture 5-pc. set; 30x48" top. • Strong, washable, High Pressure top Has dainty "print" e Black frame and black hair-pin legs on all pieces. e Chain upholstered in plastic to match table top. ' • Chairs have rubber-tipped legs, padded seats, backs. . Your choice of rich black or chrome frame, or, table «nd cK.iri. . Black jet has gold plastic braid «nd chrome if t ha* silver br.id trim o«t . Bia t«blf 36x48" top open* lo »0 inches - m«r end itam^euitant. Ixrra Wide Bran Colored Apron e J6"»4I" Ubl* ««p op»ni le « hug* 72"! i«iy lo ktse e Com(e/»«bly p*dd*«l tKiek bo. i««it: PHONE

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