Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
Page 15
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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH The American Falls of Niagara Palls have completely stopped mowing set*ml times from being completely frozen over. but th*r* is no record that tht Canadian or Horseshoe havp ever frottfl over 16 stop tht Pow of _ Telegraph Want Ad^TLlCK" Another New Shipment Just Arrived Lmly Niw Stylu in MATERNITY WEAR Dresses Tops t • t • $&98 op 10 $8.98 $2.98 up to $5.98 MATERNITY Skirts - Shorts - Pedal Pushers.-Slim Jims Your Choic* *2.98 to *3.98 Alto Beautiful New MATERNITY LINGERIE At Popular Prices 217 Piosa St. lirt, daughter of Mrs. Henry Eberlin and the late Mr. Eberlin of Hardin. it attending Illini Girls WED M YEARS Mr. And Mrs. Albert Sevier of Hamburg who will mark their 60th wedding anniversary Friday. Hamburg Couple to Mark Their 60th Anniversary HARDIN — A reception honoring 1 din: and Roy, St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sevier oft At Girl's State Hamburg on their. 60th wedding HARDIN — Mis* Barbara anniversary has been planned by their daughter. Mrs. Walter Holzwarth. at her home in Hardin Sunday afternoon. Friends of the couple may call between 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday. A family dinner for the celebrants, their son and six daugh. ters will precede the afternoon reception at the Holzwarth home. Mr. and Mrs. Sevier were married on June 17, 1900, and have lived th^ir entire married life on a farm near Hamburg. They were the parents of eight children, seven of whom are living. Their elder son, L^e, died 13 years ago. They have 14 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Mr. Sevier is 80, his wife, 77. s Children of the couple are: Mrs. Roland Burge, Hannibal. Mo.; Mrs. Roy Ansell and Mrs. Jess Campbell. Kampsville; Mrs. James Wilson, Hamburg; Mrs. Gilbert Patton, Grafton; Mrs. Holzwarth, Har- Worden WORDEN - VMbtton wflt tfe MM At thf rfCW llhflUll vnUWl fflf tWO weeks begtrmtng June 20. Sets- stems will be Held dally for two Witts Mflnday through fm»y ftwn 9 a.m. to noon. .Worden Wonder Workers 4-H Ctnb will meet June 27 at the city hall at 7 p.m. Mrs. Rachel Sehutee has returned home from St. Francis Hospital at Litchfleld. Rex \V. Anderson, student at Southern fllinola University in Carbondnle, is spending a vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wooden Ahderson. Mre. Vernon Harris and daughter, JoAnri, have returned home alter a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hardyman at Clinton, Iowa. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Lean Thets, 72, of Waukegan. die was a former Worden resident. Mrs. Carolina Ursprung has returned home after a visit with 'Mr. and Mrs. William Ursprung ! and other relatives «t Waukegan land Chicago. Mrs. John Hubert of Gillespie and daughter, Mrs. Arthur Blotevogel of Worden, attended a personal shower for the letter's daughter, Miss Nancy Blotevogel. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith at Broadview Sun- State on the campus of MacMur-Sday. ray College in Jacksonville this The Rev. Don Prulett, Arthur week. The session opened Tuesday, I Welch and Kenneth Harpole at- •uid will continue through Tuesday, j tended a board meeting at the .I une 21. ' New Douglas Baptist Church Miss Eberlfn is representing Calhoun Unit 636 in Hardin at Girls State which is sponsored by thej Monday evening. Sgt. Beyer Wins Award MSgt. Walter W. Beyer, Army American Legion Auxiliary. DC- ; remiitinK SPrg eant at Alton, was partment of Illinois. '"' lectPd by the faculty ir was se- , Pntcd w1th a 535 of Unit 40l award from Maj _ Emerson R . JoneSi re- _ High School, whorr she is an hon-- ( . m((|nR majn statkm or student, and where she has just completed her junior \CHI-. Record During his career. Bob Feller, famed fireball pitcher of the Cleveland Indians, yielded a major league baseball record total of eight home runs with the bases loaded. St. Louis. Thr sergeant won third pliici' for his suggestion In a pro- gnim called (Operation Searchlight). His suggestion of personal mats to IIP supplied by the Army for publicity release to the local newspapers, was accepted locally i and by the Fifth US Army Re-] cruiting District at Chicago. HILL BROS. SMI Gifts galore... from our itere. for GflTtlVS DtPI STORfc 208 WEST 3RD ST.—ALTON YOUR . . . EAGLE STAMP STORE PLEASE DAD FROM HEAD to TOE WITH GIFTS CHOSEN FROM GATELY'S MEN'S Department gifts sure to score a solid hit with "Pop" or "Grondpo"-for theii styling and extra fine quality! 2 SHIRTS FOR COOL-CASUAL SPORT SHIRTS Perk up Pop's summer casual wardrobe with a few of these handsome lightweight, short sleeved sport shirts . . . nothing could please Dad more! Bermuda SHORTS Any Dad's choice |% for summer comfort i 3 Pairs for 8.00 CABANA SETS Swim Trunks and M QC matching Sport Shirts 11 V 4' SUMMER-WEIGHT Wash and Wear SLACKS MMMMMmMMMMMWMMMMMMIMIMM POLO SHIRTS Knits • short sleeved many colors ....... 2* New TIES... "" Golf JACKETS Wafer repellent in Mt solids or patterns ... A SWIM TRUNKS Chaos* boxer or brief styles CANVAS SHOES Dads Qdj favorite A™ SANDALS... $5.50 Electric RAZORS • Remington • Noreleo • Sunbeam from 150 Few Dads ever have all the Slacks they could use . . „ that's why ft's such a safe bet to give Pop several pairs of these—to round out his casual wardrobe. \ Wide range of solids and patterns. AND Others... -16' 5 95 "Calypso DECK PANTS Choose white or black with cord belt and stripe . Waterproof BULOVA WATCHES TlHI III OS r pOpUMI sports watch In America... from 3 2975 s& > INITIAL RINGS JH.95 Vata* L\ Wash and Wear SUITS SUMMER-IZE DAD'S WARDROBE by tipping him off to these tropical suite "JUST IN" at Gately's .. . • Dacron jj^ ^ Qgj • Rayon f rom * J T *IO| • Nylon • Cotton Including Alterations \ NO CASH NEEDED... Pay M lltlli it 18 Monthly u all pvrehattt up le IN \ DEPT STORE IM W. THttB ^ ALTON, IUIMOW

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