Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 29, 1960
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JUNK ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Governor Stratum Will . f Lead Merchants 9 Parade At Jersey County Fair. JERSEYVILLE Governc William O. Stratton has accepted att invitation to lead the Merchants Parade of the Jersey County Pair, scheduled for 1 p.m., July ?. Other state officials expected to accompany Gov. Stratton Include Charles F. Carpentler, secretary of state; Elbert" S. Smith, state auditor; Mrs. Earle B. Searcy, clerk of the Supreme Codrt, William L. Guild, attorney general; Mrs. Edna Simpson, coflgreaftwoman from the 20th District; Judge Samuel 0. Smith and Judge Clem Smith, judges of the 7th Judicial District, and Orval Hfttttieier, state representative from the 52nd District. Other Republican candidates expected are Samuel W. Wltwer, candidate for L". S. Senator; Paul Findley. candidate for representative in Congress from 20th District, and James Denby, candidate for representative in the General Assembly from the 52nd District, The Republican organizations! of Jersey County are planning] a free fish supper at the Lion's Club playgrounds (hot evening The serving will start at 5 p.m. The public is cordially invited to meet the governor and other state officials and candidates and enjoy a free fish supper. Fidelity FIDELITY — A potluck dinner was held Sunday on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moore honoring Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Moore and family of Alamogordo, N.M. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. William Vinson and family of Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmerman of Kane; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Long, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bailey and son, James Long and Miss Carol Roth of Jerseyville; Mrs. Stella Johnson of Medora and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Prunty and daughter, Mary, and son, Ronny, left Friday for Bakersfield, Calif., where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Olen White left Saturday for Mountain View, Calif., where 'they will visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jackson. Jackson is serving in the Navy. Northern Ireland members may withdraw permanently from the World Ploughing Association, Belfast reports. Sunday events will be held both in Rome, in 1960, and in France, in 1961, in international ploughing championships, and the Irish won't plough on Sunday. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" SHOULD YOUR TELEGRAPH CARRIER FORGET British Honduras, in Belize, is offering 33,000 acres of forest land for farm development. Doutttns School * no Ionfer O been absorbed by CommdMty Reunion Held At JerseyvUle JERSEYV1LLE - The second annual reunion of former students, teachers and friends of Douglas School, formerly District 49, Greene County, was held here at the Lions Club Playgrounds Sunday, The school existence, having vine. Former teachers of Dtwglas Unit 100, but the group associated with the school plan on School who attended were: Mrs. Helen Graves of Mt. Gtead vt- meeting each year to keep alive, tdntty: Mrs. Aiffm Hefner, Mrs. old friendships and memories associated with it. The committee hi charge this year Included Mr. and Mrs. Wll- Wllma K. Beach of Jerseyvltle; Mrs. Hattte Gernlgan Weller of Carroltton and Mrs. Myrtle Rowling of Godfrey. liam Claude Davis Sr., of Jer-i A poem written by Mrs. Ethel seyville. Those who will man- Belt entitled "The Dear 01 d age the 1961 reunion are Helen Groves of Carrollton, Carroll Short of Alton and William Claude Davis Sr. Jersey- Douglas School Days" was read during the afternoon and group pictures of the students taken in 1SW, 1908 and .1914, were show. A potiuck dinner was MM at noon and an informal social time followed. The call to dinner was gfven by an old fashioned school bell rung by Mrs. Wllma Beach, former teacher. AlWHmHW IHffA Of SOU JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Lelnnri Frnley of Fleldon are announcing the Birth of a son at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, the baby weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces. He Is a grandson of Mr. and; Mrs. Mark Tepen of Batchtownj! and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fraley 1 of Ptetdon. Mrs. Frafey Wl« formerly Miss Theresa Tepen. Other children of the couple an Bernard 3 and DavM m. Costa Rtea now coTfntl 9,800 winett hoiwei, a gain of 1,710 in B years, San Jote reports. run in tin Saul onmei, Picnic The United States has about 4,000 railroad bridges. YOU... PHONE FOR DELIVERY DIAL HO 5-6641 BEFORE 6 P.M. DAILY S P.M. SATURDAY t CIRCULATION DEPT. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH OUR BEST WEEK-END BARGAINS 3 DAYS ONLY Navy or bright red sun- back maillot 4.77 Cool, Comfortable Cotton Short!" Easy-Care Cotton Short Sleeve Shirt Men's Cabana Sets Swimming run In Smart Trunks Men's Cabana sets in terry An ocean of swim briefs and Every man's casual favorite Pilgrim sport styles in print, or cotton prints. Boxer style boxer trunks to choose from in Ivy style Bermuda length. striped or check patterns, swim trunk with knit sup- Assort d fabrics, patterns, Tan or blue in sizes 28 to 40. Ivy League or new university port. Size;- 5 to XL. hues. Sizes S to XL. , favorites. Men's S to XL. ^J! — J Black or sky blue high- back sheath 4.77 Black or coral high- back sheath 4.77 swim suits of elasticized faille with built-in bras! terrific suits at a terrific price! Sleek shapely maillots that slim your figure, emphasize your femininity, yet allow for really professional swimming! Some styles with low sunbacks, some with zipper highbacks, some with half-skirts, some without. All in elasticized faille (55% acetate, 33^ cotton, 1% rubber, 5% other fibers) ... and all so low priced you'll take two or three on your vacation. Striking colors. In sizes 32 to 38. play in the noonday sun in deep-dish summer fun-hats! 198and 2 98 For the beach, for the garden, or just for fun . . . this high, wide and handsome assortment of big dramatic play-hats gives just the right touch. In vivid solids and lively multi-colors, with many bewitching novelty effects. Buy several ... let each match a carefree mood. Girls' 1-Fc. Knit Suiin Suit Only Bov.s" Cotton Boxer Trunks Only 77' Boys' Cotton JJenrmda Shorts Reg. *> 2.98 ^ Girl.v' one piece colluii suim Hoy's Bo.v ; style cotton Boy's polished cullo/i and suits for more lun on Hif . swim trunks. Many beautiful cord Bermuda Shorts in beach. Sixes 1 to 6.x. colors and pal turns to choose H to M. from. Size 1-6. Boys' Nylon or Cotton Trunks Reg. 166 1.B8 J. Quick-drying nylon or Sanforized cotton in assorted stripes and patterns. Sizes 11M8. Girls' 3-Piece Cotton yje?\>n Play Sets for the whole family COOL CANVAS CASUALS.... YOUR CHOICE 999 (Jet two out fits at one low price! Woven stripe blouse has sheen pedal pushers and Jamaica shorts in two sun-loving colors. In sines 7 to 14. solid V striped cotton swim / sets for jiirls Children'* Si/en tttt 598 Sunnily striped, pk-ati'd swim suit of cotton has matching trim on Pt'ter Pan collar and button- front panel of its white cotton terry top. 7-14. "Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back* SEARS Honeylaiie" Lastex* swim suits for girls 7 to 14 • Q77 Cute-as-a-bug styling in this super practical fabric. Choose from rich jacquards and solid patterns. All colors in sines 7 to 14. 41 TON PHOIVF HO ^ v*» 11 sIOKt Moil - * ^ »t« e. /iijiuii, rnuiiE nu >ajn HOURS otiwr u»>*»to 5! fi

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