Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 13, 1960
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MONDAY, JUNE 13, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOTTHRffi Tiro Afore Candidates Enter Mm Jersey County Contest FRANCES PERDUN JEAN REYNOLDS Mortal Honor Society. 1V "90" Club. Future Homemakers of America, and the Science Club of which she Is secretary-treasurer. After graduation Miss Perdun would llfce to attend Pa- trlcla Stevens Modeling School. Her hobbles are boating and swimming. Miss Jean Reynolds, also announced as a queen candidate, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds of Rt. 2, Jerseyvllle. She was a member of the 1980 graduating class of the Jersey Community High School where she was a member of the Future Homemakers of America. She would like to enter the business or secretarial field. The Jerseyvllle Jaycees who sponsor the beauty pageant, to date have collected $200 toward the scholarship fund. A special feature of the pageant this year will be a mammoth aerial fireworks display by the Fair Association immediately following the coronation of the new queen. Winner of the Jersey County beauty pageant will represent Jersey at the Illinois State Fair Beauty Contest. Winner of the state event will receive $200 in cash and a trophy. To Study In North Dakota JERSEYVILLE — Miss Donna Fay Frost, daughter of Mrs. Curtis Frost of Jerseyville, left Sunday for Grand Forks, N. D. where she will attend the University of North Dakota this summer, working toward her master's degree. Miss Frost is associated with the business education department of the Jer- New Books at Jersey Library JERSEYVILLE - A group of books for Juveniles hav* been purchased by the Jerseyvllle Public Library and are ready for distribution, according to an- announcement made by the librarian, Miss Nell* Halliday. The list includes the follow Ing: "Book of Missiles" by Davis: "Honey Bunch and Norman," Thorndyke; "Mystery of the Shattered Glass." Campbell; "Blue Ghost Mystery," Blalne; "Dream of Her Own," Titus; "Heart of Camp Whlppoorwill," Miller; "Ninn Grant, Pedlatric Nurse," Stone: "Heartbreak Hot Rod," Summers; "Automatic Strike," McCormlck; "Coach Nobody Liked," Canon, Treated tar tend JERSEYVtLLE - UrbMlJJB- clalr, Jersey County farmtr, was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital Friday morning for laceration of the right hand. He caught his hand in the (ever on a mower and tractor fender. Incurring a cut that required sutures. Following treatment at the hospital, the patient was dismissed. Mfltiw Ffom Syiwdlcal JERSEYVfLLE — Mrs. R. H. Voorhees, vice president and program chairman of the Wo men's Association of the Altoi Presbyterlal, has returned * her home in Jerseyville fron Jacksonville where she has bee since last Tuesday attending state meeting of the Illinois Sy nodical. CASH * 6NAMI if LAY-AWWT Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 PROGRESS AT MEMORIAL Construction is going forward on Memorial Hospital.—Staff Photo. Mary M. Olln Wing addition to Alton Jersey Teachers to in California school this winter and studied last summer. She has registered £».,,!., :„ r™i;f«t-.,J« for additional study at the Cali- Study in California fornja Polvtechnic Colle ^ e thls JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Ber- 1 summer. Miss Sears also plans nice E. Sears and daughter,!on taking some summer study. Jeanette, both on the teaching! Leaves For Sen-Ice staff of community Unit 100.: JERSEYVILLE - David L. left Sunday for San Luis Obispo.! Cooke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calif., to spend the summer I Arthur Cooke of the Dow vicin- months. Mrs. Sears is teaching! "y, has enlisted in the United JERSEYVILLE - Two more sey Community jiigh School Jersey County girls have entered the contest for the title of "Miss Jersey County" to be awarded at the annual beauty pageant, set for the evening of July 5 at the Jersey County Fair. Both are employed at the Bud Willis Grocery Store. Miss Frances Perdun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Perdun of 203 East Arch St., will be a senior this fall at the Jersey Community High School where she is majoring in home economics and clerical work. She is a member of the high school band and is a majorette. Other school affiliations are Na- Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuehnel of Jerseyville have given the name Robert Junior to their infant son, born Thursday at the Jersey Community Hospital. This is the first child of the couple and he weighed 1 pounds 13% ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ingersoll and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kuehnel of Jerseyville and is a great grandson of Mrs. Lena Droege of Batchtown and Mrs. Art Morris of Seattle, Wash. Mount Everest is 29,002 feet high. in the English Department of the Jersey Community High School and Miss ^ears teaches at the Dow school. Mrs. Sears is working toward her master's degree and just completed courses at Southern Illinois University in Alton where she has been attending night States Army and left Wednesday for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., for eight weeks basic training. He will go from there to Fort Lee, Va., for technical training in auto-mechanics. Cooke was a member of the 1960 graduating class of the Jersey Community High School and is active in church work of the Bethel Methodist Church. He has served as president of the Methodist Youth Fellowship, is | past president of his 4-H club land a member of various or- (ganizations in high school. j The Giant Springs near Great jFalls, Mont., have a daily flow of 388 million gallons of water. We Give and Redeem FAG IF STAMPS ZIK£ PHARMACY Dial CL 9-2263 Rosewood Hts. 4TH A PIAf A ALTON THE ONLY DEALER IN THE ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA IF IT ISN'T LIKE THIS IT IS NOT FLEXSTEEL! INSIST ON LOOKING UNDERNEATH BEFORE YOU BUY i YOUR LIVINGROOM FURNITURE. GET THE GENUINE! COME TO L&L! Open Monday Nlfes Until • 104 W. Third St. Alton HO 5-8851 extra values save SI yard ... and more gorgeous original patterns created by famed designers beautifully woven in Cotton by Wamsutta, Logantex MONDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Hope Skillman combed, woven eyelash novelties. Mr. Condotti combed, printed sateens, sateen Brocadina fabrics by Logantex include polished brushed combed sateens and rich water colours Wamsutta fabrics include Peem-Elite, Heirloom. Pima Pique, City Bred Cottons, Warn Sheers. SEARS iKHI'CK AND CO These Prices Good 5 'til 9 PM Only SAVE TONITE! Fiberglass Draperies Wash and Dry Like New 48x84-Inch Amazing Low Priced for This Quality What luxury! These draperies are not only beautiful but they end ironing forever! They wash so easily . . . hang them up while damp and they dry like new without even the slightest touch of an iron. Choose from 4 smart solid colors. Come see these if you need draperies! Beg. BeGaeb Wash Cloth* II let 'I fine fabrics that have been used by famed dressmakers! fine fabrics usually sold at 1.98 yard! even fine brand new fall cottons. Most are easy care, wash'n'wear. year* biggest value event P. N. HIRSCH ALTON PLAZA • W1LSHIRI VlLLAOI NORTH ALTON SHOPPING CINTIH MONDAY SPECIAL OPEN TONIGHT TILL SPECTACULAR SUMMER VALUES WASHABLE CASUALS WOMEN'S 4 to * Wash and wear them everywhere . . . gay, colorful casual*. Wide choice of styles ,. $166 1 • MSH • UY-«W>Y • BmMnt CMDIT 3-PIECE LUGGAGE SET New design, tall taper canes In beautiful pebble grain vinyl covering, tfl- Inoh Pullman, 21 - Inch Weekend and Train Case. $20 value, set 15 yards famed Patcraft and Tempo viscose yarn 24"x36" throw rugs compare at $4 2.99 fanhion styled and washable! Yarns are blend of Avisoo rayon and DuPont Nylon overlayed on cotton lastex backed. They are mothproofed, and come in 6 new colors. 27x48 worth $6 4.99 36x60 ^ worth $9 6.99 Beg. to 57o Yd. Cottons, Broadcloth Choc** from a variety of pat-, Your choice of colors at.d fabrics (•rat »nd color* 11x11 inch size'In cottons and broadcloths Shop for many household use» i lonite and save " Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back" 3O0 PIASA, ALTON Phone HO 5-8511 custom designed ready to hang print and solid color pinch pleated drapes in choice decorator's fabrics fabric! wed tra •imilar to thoae in 6.99. 8.99 drape* each pair, and tber* aren't, too many of them, ti • true decorator's delight. In the group are antique tatini, oubby weave and other wanted fabric*. All are beaded pinch pleated, ready to bang. 84" and 90". pair save QSc.get 2! foam pillows for decorator khapei and color*. Coven sip on and off for and round SAVE S1...AND MORE! BATH TOWELS 77 n 23x46 i IC HAND TOWELS J$x26 tl /or «J1 BEACH TOWELS 99e Heavy ttrry in stripe, tolidt or plaids, i Second s«l«ction» of famous brands, j TERRY BATH MAT fteveiiife/e 99C CASH • LAY-AWAY • Revolving CREDIT Sove One-Half, and Mere on Belter Terry Towels Values 'O59e Famed brand closteuts, 16 x27-inch site. Nice color array. • CASH • LAY-AWAY • Revolving CREDIT Jhick! Extra Large! BEACH TOWELS Colorful printed designs, biff 36x72-lnch size. Hard-tOfdetect irregs., If perfect would be 2.98 each. $488 • CASH • LAY.AWAY • revolving CREDIT Genuine Chenille SPREADS All cotton. Beautiful —long wearing. Assorted colors. • CASH • LAY-AWAY • Rivtlvin( CREDIT DRAPERY FABRIC e 1-SolMi Wcyebeme elete*ovt, Actual i Ml VoJ ( Actual $ 1 44 3,W Yd I 44 In. Wide DRAPERIES MADE mil ftaMrtttafA Mn^nto^BoliVol ^m^ fcn. Tflj phtfc jhm Chooie from ever 110 new colors in fine Pecori td, HMO? or aftUnee 1 act meoturt. NO G e*. firing you? iu#u»ureju#ut* to u«, You BAV oniv material. «•»•«"*§»» wwjr

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