Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 13
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June 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEQRAWf SPORT SHIRTS and SUCKS Infra Dficeunt* eff Orcmti Regular Uw f rlwi took for Onnte famous Pennletgh label OR nsfl'i war, Iff your assurance of top quality DAN RIVER* WAfH 'N WIAR COTTONS HAVE THE PLAIDS WOVIN III TO XEEP THEIR BRIGHT COLOR S P F f I A I Regular 2.49 Summer-weight, short §leeve style for the) hot weather. Carefully tailored with top atitehed collars, permanent stays; styled with 2 matched pockets, matched collar. Assortment In Summer shades; S,M,L,XU NO-IRONING FOR KNIT SHIRTS OF COTTON- DACRON* POLYESTER i P f t I A I Cotton for good look* and Dacron to hold tha shape. Placket-front «tyle with cheat pocket. S, M, L. STAY ON THE LIGHT SIDE OP THE WEATHER IN WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS OF DACRON'-NYLON 75% Dacron polyester, 26% nylon pebble cords. Pleat-front style, hook 'n •ye closure, cuffed bottoms. Cool thades, 29-42. OUR WASH 'N WEAR POLISHED COTTON SLACKS STAY CRISP AND NEAT Slacks so neat and smooth they look custom tailored. Wash 'n wear for easy- eart...Sanforized. 29-40. /H6.2I229 Seven Children Treated for Minor Injuries at Jersey pl^m&«ie»g»»».»mn»»»PBIP»«f:w»:.»lll»lilllliM I •» mil inn i ii •' " ' _ ..~T COMMERCIAL TRACT BEING READIED The area on Elm near the railroad of North Alton. John Georgewitz, on bridge Is being cleared of trees and bulldozer, was stung more than 20 times brush, and the old Curran homestead when he hit a bee tree. Other employes is being razed to make way for a com- fought off the bees and pulled out the mercial development by Robert Yungck stings.—Staff Photo. ^__ JERSEYV1LLE - A number of young people were given treatment at the Jersey Community Hdspltal the past few day* for minor Injuries Incurred In accidents. Jerry Cornelius, 4. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cornelius of Dow cut the third and fourth toe of his eft foot on a piece of glass at his home Monday evening. He was brought to the hospital whew the aceratkms were sutured and the mtient dismissed. Rebecca Daugherty, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Daugherty, suffered electric burns on the left hand when an apparent short occurred^when she was turning off a amp at her home. She had second degree burns on the thumb, middle and ring fingers of the left hand. Following treatment at the hospital she returned home. Michael Cunningham, 10, was thrown from his bicycle Sunday when the wheels of his vehicle locked. He Incurred a laceration of the left forehead and abrasions on the left side of the face. The cut was sutured at the hosplta and the patient dismissed. Linda Isringhausen, 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willlan 3 Reappoi tiled on Welfare Committee EDWARDSVILLE — The Rev. Father Frederick J. McCarthy, assistant pastor of St. Mary's Church here; Mrs. Irene Harrell of Edwardsville Rt. 4. and Mrs. Ida Dant of Madison were nominated for another term on the Madison County Department of Welfare's Services Committee by the Board of Supervisors Monday. Their pros* ent terms on the committee expire June 30. Compensation of $20 per'day and 7Vi cents per mile wns fixed by the board for members of the Madison County Board of Review. Church Window* Broken Through Mrs. Bessie S. Pllsbury of 1203 McKlnley Blvd. police were informed in the forenoon today tha a number of windows in the Firs Church of Christ, Scientist, at 53 E. 10th St. have been damaged o broken, apparently by BB shots Investigation was ordered. Now Many Wtor FALSE TEETH With LIMIt Worry •tt, talk, Ikuth or eaeeae without f Mr of Ineeoure MM teeth dropping •lipping or wobbling. PASTBKTt holds plates firmer and more comfortably. TbU pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-Held). Checks "nlate odor 1 (denture breath). Get FA8TEB.TH at Srug counters everywhere. srlnghauien of JerseyvHIe Wen by a dog Sunday. $M wtt rested for an abrasion on flit riiht and. Jerry Baze, 11. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bare of JerseyvUle, was reated at the hospital about 1:80 >.m. Sunday for an arm Injury, le jumped a fence at his home md caught his arm on a wire fas- ened to the fence'post. Sutures vere used to close the wound. Kimber Young, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Young of Jer eyvllle, was "brought to the hospital at 6 p.m. Saturday for remov al of paper she had Inserted up icr nose. Carol Brooks, 3. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry Brooks of Carroll on cut her right knee on broken He when she fell on the groum from a swing. The cut was sutured at the hospital and the patient re- Mi win Blair, director, Mr* Open house ttw houfi of 7i» , FrMtey and l».««iO!P«gJ« the church aw i work th* studwtti ing the •chool. 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