Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 22, 1960 · Page 6
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June 22, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH CARNIVAL By Dick Tomer City Employes May Set Up Charity Fund CMy department heads hive bm notified that a meeting will M held tn City Mall next Tut»day evening to determine if there is any interest on part of city employes for creating a fund from which group contribu-j tlons could be made to chiri-| table or other fund appeals fori which employes now are indivi-j dually solicited. ! City Treasurer M. 0. Elliott' has been designated to be chairman of the meeting. The fund plan for handling contributions is used by manyi groups, it is said, and eliminates < tiie members from personal solicitations. The fund from which group donations are trmdr would be provided by payroll deductions. If a contribution fund were •et up for city employes. Elliott said, membership would be wholly voluntary^ '• ^uTgee whiz. Mom. there has HAS to be somebody Suggested in the bulletin an- } , 3&J ^ got a birthday coming up in two weeks u..* «.*hvM«M4 !• +Vin f*»o*iH/>trt' -^ . .. . . « i . • i • I Md* to Be Taken on Auto Stickers, by the state for next year's Illinois licence plates. City Treasurer M. 0., Elliott, who handles the city licenses, has prepared a requisition call. ing for purchase of a total of 17.300 of the decal stickers. Bid* <oon will be taken byi Of the total, 15,000 will be •he city on furnishing city autoif"" year stickers; 500 will be license'stickers (rteeals) for the|half-year stickers; and 1,800 1061 year, It WBP Mid today hy 1*111 be replacement*, available City Manager Graham W. Watt.j Next year's licenses, he re-j vealed, will have a sperial design, based on the All-America :ity Idea, with an outline of the state an* stylized view of Alton from the river. Colors used will be those set WALLMPM MONTIOELLO COLOR CENTER MonHrHIo Plata, Godfrey o motorists when they trade I: heir ears for others. Tnen an stin some SOD Com tiurtrt termrtBte Ifl Malayar imgles, Kuala Lumpur heara, WITH A CAREFUL DRIVER ON A CITIZENS COACH CO. BUS Isayt. an African In Bulawayo, Rhodnta, who thought he wore the world's biggest shoe*, at site 16, teamed that a Canadian wears size Ift4 boots. Qihk RUM frw PH« Irritation 40 years ago a Buffalo druggist created an ointment to relieve letting and smarting of piles. It brought such quick, cooling, soothing, astringent relief that its fame spread across the land making Peterson's Ointment a favorite In thousands of homes. Ask your druggist today for 55c box or 85c applicator tube. Peterson's Ointment delights or money back.—Adv. TAN WITH POSITIVELY PREVENTS SUNBURN! M YOU* MOMIY M* THRIFTY DRUB STORES Read Telegraph W«rtAdi_DaUy_ nouncement is that each rity department have at least two representatives at the meeting. but that as many as desire may attend the discussion session rf ^ } , f eyen it! up to thsu K «s the suggested , (Saturday after several days ; I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I , ist Jack Dunf , an and | under. of «. Ch«rl«,. Mo, were Mrs. H. F. Freeh spent Sun- Qf Mrs , day jf) Carrollton with her sis .i William Webb. tor. Mrs. Everett Rhoades. i Colombia may rule mat a]l cars \j r am j ^j rs Bennie Ray Ab-' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williamsj imported as taxis must be a cer- lhott jerseyvilie, were Sunday , find family of Shiloh spent Sun-| tain color, Bogota learns. (supper truest* of his parents. idny with his parents, Mr. andj !Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Abbott. Mrs. D. E. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. James Larson: Stephen Potter, son of thrj land family of Harristown were 1 Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Potter, un-j guests over the weekend of Mrs. dprwent a tonsilectomy Satur-j| BRANDENBERGER Buys: • Old Gold • Diamonds • Dental Gold • Jewelry • Antiques 215 PIASA ST. ALTON | Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. day at Passavant Hospital, \ Jacksonville. SBB HOW CMSK-MISSISSIPffH TO YOU •MISSISSIPPI" Your Beat Source for.. HIGH CALCIUM AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE Easy to reach by state highways from all points. Immediate truck loading and courteous iervice. You save time . . . and time is money. Mississippi High Calcium Agricultural Lime- Stone meets all Department of Agriculture mate- tials specifications. HOURS: 7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. week days; 7:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon, Saturdays S. F. Wehrly. Miss Daisy and Miss tx?tha| William Kirgan and Mrs.; Davis returned to St. Louis ! CJoldip Munnit-ult visited Sunday; - ------------- -- --• --- jin Hettick with his nephew, | Clyde Kirgan and family. i ! Mr. and Mrs. George Witt of j ; Jerseyvilie were Sunday dinner j ! guests of his mother, Mrs. W. IP. Witt. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Estes were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McRall and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shapleigh and family of Moro, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Calverts and family of Jerseyvilie. Richard Damron and family of East Alton were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Henry Roevve. j Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Shaw. ' 'While Hall, and Mrs. Harry De-il . Sliask-r. Carrollton. visited Sun-ij day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry j I >eShasier Jr. 1 Mrs. Kenneth Burringer andj ' Mrs. Ross Crotchet! visited Sun-j day after 10 days' visit with his i mother. Mrs. Ross Crotchett, toi • attend summer school at thei i university. : Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones: spent Sunday in Roocihouse with j their son-in-law and daughter., Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Brannam j and attended the Bible school i exercise at the Baptist Church. They were accompanied home j by Pat Brannam for a week's, visit here. ALTON, ILLINOIS Ston. 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STOP IN TOMORROW, take advantage of this MAKE ROOM SALE and open an easy payment account A FEW OF THESE BEST BARGAINS: For The Living Room 7 PC. Living Room Group Modern Sofa, Chair, 2 End Tables. 2 Table Lamps, and Cocktail Table . . . discontinued items, 7-pc. complete 3 PC. Curved Sectional Lawson type frame design . . . Combination tweed cover . . . window sample, 3 pieces Broadloom Carpeting 12 ft. width, to fit. any room. Closeout roll. Nylon, wool, and cotton pile per yard Modern Sofette By Acme . . . converts to bed . . . charcoal and coral 9x12 Rug Nylon, woo] and coiton pile . . . modern design . . . also available in 12' x 13.6' and 12'xl5* 2 PC. Sectional Kach Sofa converts to bed . . . bolted frame . . . attractive cover . . . discontinued number, 2 pieces I 165°° 495 50 119 00 Sofamatic Bed Hide-away type Sofa . . . Regular price $129.50. Sample only 2 PC. 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Dinnerware Ensemble Golden Glory patttMii with gla»iwai« and stainless steelu are Complete Premier Gas Range With 4 burners, oven with Robert Shaw control, and broiler • • 5 PC. Louisville Dinette 30"x48" St am proof table and 4 chairs in bronze Dormeyer Cooker-Fryer Complete with strainer and lid 7 PC. Dinette 36"xftO" table, extends to 72" ... six chairs in durable plastic . . . Complete , Base Cabinet With porcelain top, drawer and two shelves 36"x'jU 'x!6" ClOM'OUl Chrome Kitchen Chairs Heavy trame with well padded seat and back. Each.. 19" 64"° 14" 5 Utility Table 3 Shelf with electtic outlet plug 39" 3" FREE STORESIOE PARKING OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. 417 f. MOAOWAY (7ust West o/ the Bridged HO 5-5541

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