Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1960 · Page 7
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June 28, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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TUESDAY, JUNE 28, I960 Mrs. William Lahr Heads GreenfieldLibrary Board GREENFIELD — Mrs. WlJ-1 day afternoon «nrt Saturday, and llsm Lahr has been elected | Saturday nlfht will have an Ice president of the Public Library j cf earn social In connection with board of trustees. Mrs. Lahr the first hand concert In the succeeds Mrs. Frank Parks, city park, who resigned us president but 1 , will continue as « director. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAC is* Virginia Knialey Is sponsor of the MYF. Proceeds from Other officers are: Floyd the benefits will be added to the Frazter, vice president: Mrs.'fund for n tour of the gulf coast Orover L. Bauer, secretary, and jstntes during the summer, which Jesse B. Parks, treasurer. iwill include a visit to Methodist The report for the year f>nd-| Mis8fo|1s Ing June 30, 1960. has been ap- Greenfield Notes proved and sent to the state library. This Includes visitors for GREENFIELD - The Rev. nnd Mrs. S. \V. Thornton and the year, 1,876; circulation. J °h"- Catherine, and Nancy, left books and magazines. 2,000; Monday for a visit with another books In library, 3,475; refer- daughter, Mrs. Vlnce Marquess , ence periodicals, 63&: and cur- an ^ family, in Belle Glade, Fla. rent magazines for circulation. The &<? v - C. B. K. Argall will 8 monthly and 3 weekly for fonducf_ services at the Presby- adulte and 4 junior magazines. MVP Benefit GREENFIELD — The Metho- mart and Nick nnd Donna, fortn- dlst Youth Fellowship groups pr residents of Greenfield, who are sponsoring a car wash Fri-j reside In Anarortes, Wash., are terlan Church during the Thorn) ton's two-weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bible School Concluded fit Graf ton Church ORAFTON — Vacation Btbte school at ttw Assembly of God Church clow'd Friday with an av- To fterame Stndiw After VMt Here ment for the children were held that evening and a film thst was taken the first two days of school was shown. Rev. N. Hays was director of the j wiy joMMon left tMwy for Boston, wMfo fw win f sum* her studies at Harvard University Graduate School ot Business Administration after a visit with her brotrWf>tn»ttw and Ted Avt. Before gotfli to Harvard Miss Johnson was executive director of the Elm Ridge Center tor the I Crippled. •« Moro man. Mrs. Harold Myers and Mrs.MORO — Hout* number! and Charle* Besaw Sr. Primary teach-; mounting board were delivered Trs wore: Mrs. Thomas Womackjto all the homes in the com- artd Mrs. Oeorg* Bodchoidt. other < munlty this past week, along with teachers were: Junior, Mrs. Nor-ja directory of the names of all man Hays and Intermediate. Mrs. i Moro residents and their street W. L. Cunningham. Louisp Presley' address. This has been a project served as secretary and Mrs. Don- of the Moro Improvement Awn. aid Clny was in charge of the mu- i [sir. Refreshments were served) [dally by Mrs. L. Bockholdt and Mrs. Jnmps VVomnrk. Bad Honnef on the Rhine, near! Bonn, is being completed as thej ! 140th spa of West Germany. Baby Christened 'Sunday afternoon in St. Patrick's ORAFTON - Timom.v Robert.church by Father Michael Sheeny., Arnold, Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. i sponsors were: Mr. and Mrs. Rob' prt Redd of Alton, aunt and uncle ot the baby. Vincent Arnold, was Beneficial's Summer Money Special gives you cash-and Credit Card, too Tike it easy this summer — take advantage of, the 0DMMER MONEY SPECIAL. Get cash for vacation or my good reason plus Credit Card for cash wherever go. "You're the boss" at BENEFICIAL. Phone today! visiting in the home of Mrs. Neutzman's sister, Mrs. Claude! Orafton Noles [ Sousley. and with their daugh- •': GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. W.I ters, Mrs. Winfieid Coryell, Al-iQ Smith and children. Bob and! ton. and Mrs. Gale Waltrip, I Beth, left Saturday for Nashville,! Jacksonville. Term., for'several days visit with; Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Sous-i the former's mother. Mrs. J. Wai- Icy of Webster C!roves spent ' ter Smith. Sunday with Mrs. Emma Sous- Harold Curtis of Belvldere visit- ley and Miss Mary Marx Sous- of j Saturday at the home of Mr. ley. Mrs. Robert Sousley re-: anf | Mrs. W. H. Dunlope. mained for a few days visit ini Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ray horn of the Sousley home and with herj A | ton wore p lests Sunday of the! sister, Mrs. Eleanore MJtrhell. !| atff , r - s pfir( , nts , Mr .and Mrs. Fredi Mrs. Mitchell returned home I j,- orhos Sr I Sunday after spending .several j M r. Vnd'Mrs. Fred Sallmen and days with her daughter, Mrs. Don R. Plumb and family in Bettendorf, la. Mr. and Mrs. Laveme Hamand and children of Charleston have returned from a trip to Russellville. Ark., where they formerly resided, and are spending several days with Mrs. Hamand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tendlck. Mrs. Mildred Spencer of Rood- daughter, Sharon, of Chicago were guests over the weekend of Rev. j nnd Mrs, Norman Hays. Mr. and Mrs,. Roscoe Baxter returned home Saturday evening from Newfoundland where they visited the past two weeks with their son and daughter-in-law, Captain and Mrs. George Baxter and j children at the Harmon Air Field, accompanied their son and house, her parents, Mr . and | familv and drove one of his cars!I leans $25 to $800—Loam life-Insured at tow cos* 301 BELLE STREET, Second Floor, ALTON HOward: 2-9281 • Ask for the YES MANager OMN eVBNINGS Br APPOINTMENT — PHONE tOt EVENING NOUM loo* md« I* MtidiMi rf til nrimradiiif IWM - BENEFICIAL - FINANCE CO. FINANCE CO. Mrs. Jesse Story, and M. A.! hark to fhr stntes ' After a leave!l Story spent Sunday with their j visi(in « relatives and friends. Cap-1 sister, Mrs. Nelle Gordon and| fain and Mrs - Baxter will go to I niece, Miss Ruth Vertrees, in Omaha, Neb., for his new assign- ! Moline. mont - ! Miss Marilyn Thaxton, a 1960 j Ml ' and Mt ' K - Leo Hooper were graduate of the local highl nr » on S members of the Graf ton school, is employed in the of-(Chapter OES to attend Friends fice of Montgomery Ward and Night in Jerseyville last week. Co. in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Howard of Brighton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Spencer, Sun- iday. Their name was unintentionally omitted in Saturday news. Mr. and Mrs. James Dillie and children of Alton were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Besaw. SINGER MIDSUMMER SALE REDUCTIONS UP TO {FROM CURRENT NEW PRICES) $ 60 On Floor Models • Demonstrators • Sewing Room and Rental Machines TOP QUALITY SINGER* MACHINIS 1HAJ MKFOKM UKt NtW, YIT COST MUCH LtSSI 4 ROUND BOBBIN ELECTRIC ^ • Mod* and backed fay SINGH • Drop-in Top Bobbin • U«« it to >ew, mend, darn, embroider, monogram FULL POWER CANISTER P • Power equal lo much higher priced cleaner* • lall bearing caster* • Regular attachment* plus $5.95 hlng-ilie Jloor-wall brulh FLOOR CARE SPECIALS RUG CLEANING FLOOR POLISHER wild fi*|>fli» DiiplniM • WOXM, polithM • Shampoo* rugi • IONUS- (nap-on pail* won pad* Only*29W • UPRIGHT VACUUM CLEANER 1M U>4«l Oft* Uwt I • Twin F«n Sv<Hon » Built-in Cord !••( • Mongi flat in dai*t •3O°° Off SAVCU Ueaholor $•)• MM $7 *S HANDSOME DESK MODEL • Machine i« (turdy S»ARTAN* mee'ei meee ono 1 becked by SINOil • Con be u«ed te darn, mend, embroider, monogram • Machine roceue* te five yen eHreOive 9 drawer de»k • Oe$k available in woinwf and blend ""'""' Only *I29-»0 OFF TRADE-INS 9INQER- and other mefcet PORTABLES CONSOLES Par-table electrified SINGER* Meetiinee 20 From '49 24 From I4A50 SO Special price induction* Vfl vM Hv •tockdurlnf fAVCM AwtMUtl* VvMAMV UhMMUUI LIMITED STOCK ON MOST ITEMS • SOME ONE-OF-A KIND SINGER SEWING CENTER HEAOQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR SCWIN6 AND PtOOK CAR* Nf f O« (U'»ttd tn phone »«e* «ne>r •W«|H MW«M« MltHIM> CO.) 212 STATE ST. ALTON, ILL. Phone HO S-e313 EASY TERMS U»e e«> "fevf ei yew »»T>»jinMiiiia<Tm&iMaCBMta CO THE MART IN YOD THE BUYS! W« think yti with SAVINGS! m&S& / ^ mi f **• ^^ STARTS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29th AT 0 A.M. SHARP We are celebrating 10 years of very successful business in our present location and to show our appreciation to our many fine friends and customers, we are bringing you one of the greatest Savings Events we have ever offered. Every item in our newly enlarged store will be reduced from 10% to 30% BELOW OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES! So if you need Bedroom, Living Room or Kitchen furniture or Carpeting or Appliances or Television, Choirs, etc., DON'T MISS THIS SALE! Continues- REDUCTIONS FROM 10% TO 30% BELOW OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES! MANY VALUABLE ITEMS SOLD FOR ONLY lOc WITH OTHER PURCHASE! FOR 10* Glideway Carriage Valued at $19.95 Only lOe With Purchase of 3-Fc. Bedroom Suite FOR 10 C 16-Plece Dish Set Valued at 59.95 Only lOc WiHi Purchase of Gas Range 7 PIECE CHROMCRAFT DINETTE SET With Largo 36-Inch 2-Leaf Extension Table ONLY —Plus 43-Pc. (Strvlco for 8) unbreakable Melomlne Dlnnorwaro Sot nationally advertised at $39.91, for only lOc We now have one ot the lartett selections ol S-plece sectionals and 2-D»«ce Ilvlna room mites In the Alton- Wood River urea. Over «0 sets on display and all reduced for the appreciation §ale. 2-Pc. Schweiger Living Room Beautiful Nylon Frieie Cover $1 TTOO FOR 10 C Automatic Skillet Valued at 529.95 Only lOc With Purchase of Double Door Refrigerator FOR 10 C TV Swivel Chair Valued af $29.95 Only lOc With Purchase of 3-Pc. Sectional LR Suite only 177 2-Pc. KROEHLER LIVING ROOM Foam rubber cushions, latest style, beautiful tweed cover. ONLY $ 199 00 PLl'S—Vnu (Jet Choice of 3 Tables or ! TR»I|P l.anipx (1 Blued at 39.00) for JOc PLUS You ««t 4 Beautiful Limed Oak or Mahogany Cocktail Table and 2 End Table* for only lOo. 3-Pc. SECTIONAL Charcoal Tweed Cover REDUCED TO 164 00 PLUS A TV Swivel Chair for lOc. 3-Pc. Walnut Bedroom Has douhlo drt-SHor, client and hookoatie bed. Only $ 187 00 — PLUS — You get at Glktaaway Carriage for only lOc. 3-Pc. BEDROOM Blond or Brack Double d r e i * e r, chent. bookciM« bed, plastic tops, mirror. Only — PLUS — You get a 20.95 Philco Radio for only lOe. 3-Pe, BEDROOM Blond Large double dresser, ohent and bookcase bed. Only -. PLUS — You get % Boudoir Lamp* and 2 Bed Pillow* for lOc YOU OKT A $9.96 METAL FRAME AND A 910.80 PLASTIC HEADBOARD FOR ONLY lOe WITH THE PURCHASE OF AMY BOX SPRING OR MATTRESS SOLD DURING THIS SALE. 8-Fi, Phllco Rtfrigerator. $168.00 Plu* you get • $12.95 Auto. Toaster for lOc 12-FI. Holpoint Rofrig. . $229.00 Double-Door with Automatic Defrost. Plus you get a $29.95 12-in. Elec. Skillet for lOc Spaed Queen Washer . $109.00 Plus you get a $19.95 set of 2 Drain Tubs for lOc Full Size Gas Range . . $91. Automatic pilot and oven regulator. Plus you get a $9.95 16-Pc. Dish Set for lOc Chaise Lounge ..... ST. Aluminum and Saran Plastic Feldlni Chairs . . . . . Aluminum and Saran Plastic FOR 10* Set of Drain Tubs Valued af 1/9.95 Only lOc With Purchase of FOR 10* 9,95 Mttal Frtm. Btd 10.95 Plaitic Htadbo*rd Only ICc With Purchase of •ox Spring or Mattress FOR 10 C Automatic Toaster Valued at $12.95 Only JOc With Purchase of Phllco Refrigerator 21-lRoh Phllco TV $199.00 Consolette on Swivel Base. 17-Inch Pkileo Port. TV . (148.00 90 Days Free Service for lOc on any TV Set sold during this sale. FOR THIS SALE ONLY! Furniture Mart bought out Philco's complete auditorium stock of High Fidelity and Stereophonic Record Players and I960 Model Televisions. FOR 10 C '3 Livinf Room Tahiti or 2 Boautiful Limps Only lOc With Purchase of Living Room Suite CARPET SPECIALS KNT> OF ROLL RfcMNANTfc— Valutk to $U.8ft per «j. yd. For thin kale only Size* up to 15'x?4'. per »q.yd. Larg« s»i'lecUon of Other s»et» a* 50'; OKI 1 '. Priced to 1000. at WOOD RIVER F WOOP RIVER II A A fffc 1 ! 1 URNITURE MART FOR 10* 2 Boudoir Lampt and 2 Bidroom Pllltwi Only lOe WIMi PurcJwM of •e^room Suite FOR Phllco Table Radio Vo/ued at S29.95 Only lOe With Purcho*e of 3-Pe. ltdroom Suite 144 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVER, ILL

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