Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 29, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29,1080 I** fa* !f. J, t*> — Utt Ing Ik** *£^MM^M By uranul* MOM IH ntt Bfc to »M Mm Hi Kb ttft*. the Rev. Mr. Wagg, •of H» Fhrst Methodist Church, iftyg hte congregation to apreed ov«r A Urge area and Ute radio ;m» "Hi lottSfi With hit office while mrltlng call*. "t believe In using every powftrit modem t(*H to help with my mlntatry," he says. Refill telegraph Want Ads Daily OW Y0tl» MO YOUP f YS OM New Officers of Jersey Rotary Club Installed JERSEYVlLL-fc — New attic- Governor, Fred Fieker of Carlin- ars at the Jerseyville Rotary 'vlllp. Governor Fieker also pre- Club were Installed Monday at sided during the installation of thf weekly dinner meeting of the the new local eluh officials. organization at the Peace Evan-i ^ e following were installed curri , n « th * gellcal and Reformed Church. | for ^e period from July 1, 1980!required to the* w«f% fii afteiHRmfli « flit ail — Mawwa«« mejetiTig ifiunuHy. Mffim LBCWWWl W JERSEYVlLLB *" MI t s othy Meutft, flflewtwr or fti fice personnel of the Community Hospital, was treated at the hospital Monday eve- CUrMH» MNOwl) M "OW,"' wW formerly associated with the DWM H. Omy to the feat ftwf nlng for a teosnrtton of the right Id?. She stun* her leg on the corner of a bed at home to- LIVING NEEDS •xtra Dfgctiftitf *f f Orftittf ••§vlar Low IN DURABLI PIAY-COTTON P»plint. JHmforited twill, print broad- etottw »Md« with eiu- The meeting also marked the annual official visit of District through Krause, June 30, president: FNJOY RIVER EXCURSIONS DAT run M MI I* 4 •« 19»: Harry! Honored «t Party John Short.j JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Verna vice - president: Lee Hauter,!Woodman entertained Monday secretary and John Surgeon, evening at her home on Barr treasurer i avenue, in honor of Mrs. Wilma "-A-l^r^St: nnirier Th e honoree by the guests wno in- Courier. The ^^ ^ ^^^ j^f^ Mrs. Frances Tweedy and Mrs. Elmer Lanham. Refresh" He has taught in the County abnodte and operateu drain and stock farm on which he resides at preietit. Oorman is associated with Gorman Brothers Ready-Mix Co and has been a' resident of Jersey Comity an Ms life. ferhfMri _ RtnNANCf MIOKT Ml »m M «l.-firar.4ri NA1 NAVWO't lANft ments were served later In the evening, featuring a birthday AH-CONDITiONiD MMMMIN* *T fltAMM rr. or WAIWH»TON f, lOWS . M*. 1-404« ADMIRAL ey. George English and Scott retiring president of the club is Scott Courier who automatical- en I ly becomes a member of the j board of directors as the retir- | ing president. | In addition to Scon Courier as Parent* of Son president, the other 19S9-flO of- JERSEYVILLE _ Mr. and ficers were: Harry Krause, vice-j Mfs pau , Herter of Golden president: Lee V. Hauter secre-| F )g have glven the name A1 . tary and John Surgeon, treasur-; ]en Jose h to tneir infant son P r. The board of dirw-tors mem- lborn at 2;SO p m gunday at the hers were: Paul Fleming. Her- ije Community Hospital, bert Gubser. Morris Waggoner.; Th( , baby weighed 8 pounds 9 and 0. G. Leach. ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. light) of Admliiion . The .lerseyville aub as of June] n(j Mrs James Bragg of St . 127 had 32 members and 31 of MAZIER HAS 24" COOKING SURFACE to *MOT Mid lowar chrome-plated grid. Coppertom bak€d-«n enamel, ttael fir* 'bowl. Firm Mpport from Y-«hapad MMlar BtMi fega. Kauy-roll wheel* and MO-IRON COTTON SUNSUITS WITH RHUMftA itor* n*y ptoMiji BMflAi •npe and drip-dry ••itona ctand-op to waar, washing. Battou shoaldera. Toddler a' 1 to S. kittle girls' 4-6X. ^* 24" BRAZIER HAS MOTORIZED HOOD Regular 16.88 Chrome hood and legs. Bowl guaranteed [against burn-out for 13 years. UL approved motor. tOY EVIIYTHINO YOU NIIO NOW ON GRANTS IUDOIT "CHAROMT" PLAN eO« nun* y«i Which omamtdo you wiih? ywtr MCOWN tfyouwdh * ttjulor f tivi you tockwMk _ y«u pay only Or pay ••> •ochre reonlh 450 1.73 »7 $130 2.50 (10 j.75 115 SWIMWEAR BUYS 9 A. M, to 10:00 P. M. Daily 9 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. \ Sundays and 4 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. / Holidays DELIVERY! john New Foun di an d, Canada and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herter Sr. of Golden Eagle. Mrs. Herter was formerly Miss Florence Bragg. Other children in the family are Pauline 18, James 16, Edward 15, Virginia 13, Carol 11, Robert 10, Joan 8, Barbara 6, David 5 and Christine 4. Breakfast Meeting JERSEYVILLE — The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church held a breakfast meeting at the parsonage Monday morning. Mrs. Kathleen Landon was worship leader and Mrs. Mary L. JHeider, was program leader. Hostesses were: Hazel Creech, Anita Henderson, Alene Bosworth, Juanita Dickey and Lila Blackorby. New Real Estate Business JERSEYVILLE — M. A. Curran and James L. Gorman of Jerseyville have opened a real estate office upstairs in the State Bank building. Both men are registered real estate brokers in Illinois. In announcing their opening they stated they will list and sell residential, farm and commercial properties and also secure MOUSE A JAMAICA SHORTS AT ONI IOW Pftld wte to b«U*v« yvt e*a c«t •• moeh value at M low a price. SMe«v«taM btaMea MAMf OAK) •nOCVI M HMKi •otor flovd. Snw 10 to 18. 127 SWIM SUITS ARE MERMAID SLEEK DRESSMAKER SOFT . . , Cltpoae shirred or draped Las- Re§, &M a (ex rayon and cotton faille; or ";** Aniel triacetate and cotton in M 77 one-pioce pleat-skirt style or" • • two-piece bra and shorts de- algn. Siwa 33-38. I; 4 SCHOOL GIRLS LOVE GROWN-UP STYLE SWIM SUITS ... Smooth tilting Lasiex raynn Reg. 2.ta and cotton faille; or woven cotton . . . plaid 1-pc. with pleated skirt or chocked --pc pants and bra style. Many col. | ors. 8 to 14 in the group. Regular 2.M Spring ft ftummtr DRESS SALE 87 i wear cotton Stay fresh all day. Pasted in plaid, Cfeeckb, solids. Big ateortment Stock up now. 3-Pu-ct Set of MATCHED LUGGAGE • Tiau t -M" WeekeudlT 0 25" Pullman in Set White, Blue, Charcoal. $ ii" Plui Tax 17.8* Vuiut MORE BIG VALUES FOR THIS WEEKEND MISSES SLEEVELESS BLOUSES 5anfori/.ed prints, plains, checks. Sizes 32-38. & 77c SCHOOLGIRL'S BLOUSES Sleeveless Si/.e 7-14. Reg. 1.00 san f or ized-cot ton JAMAICA SHORTS Cotton, plains, Sixes lft-18. & plaids. 57 - IMPORT CABANA SETS Boys & Girls Washable solid color pants with print shirts. Sue 3-6x. Reg. 1.00 THONGS For the Family ALL COLORS WOMEN'S 4'Jc CHILDREN'S 3!)i- MEN'S 3'Jc COTTON FABRICS If on bolts You'd Pay 39c yd. 2 choices, "Cover Girl," cotton in no-iron plisse, embossed or batiste for family lingerie or cotton percale for home or fashion sewing. Buy now. Shown: Advance Pattern No. 9115-650. GIRL'S JAMAICA SHORTS Wrinkle resistant Sateen Machine washable. Asst. colors. Size 3-6x. Reg. 1.00 77« MEN'S PENNLEIQH SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Sizes Sm.— Med.— Lg. 100% Rayon Tailored Reg. 2.49 97 WOMEN'S BABY DOLL PAJAMAS Drip-dry cotton. Small, medium, & large. Reg. 1.29 88c BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS Machine washable prints- & plaids. Sizes 8-16. Reg. 1.19 77c l-PC, PLAY SUITS ARC PRETTY YET RUGGED ind-tuke elastic; long ubt ties, full cut. Piiiit or solid cotton. Rt9. 1.00 Volue IT KNEE-HI HOSE Full Fathientd Seamless 77 c as WT8 20" ROTARY MOWER WITH CRANK STARTER 39 54.S8 '_> HP engine inigcrtip control Heavy gauge deck. . W. T. GRANT CO. 205 w - THIRD ST - - DOWNTOWN ALTON Gibson 1 Gibson's modern group " SMART - COlORfUt • PRAfFKAl . ^ /f Ms MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE to Ms LOW PRICE PIECES ... i that is amoiing for quality and feaauffy •OOKCASI BIO 6-draw*r DOUBLI DftlSSIt BIG MIRROR 4-draw*r CHiST $1.50 Down $1.50 Ptr Wtck 77 SO UN *uo K nmcmsB stMmmt If you're looking for o group that if SMART, fh« good lines and tmaet design of fhis one will appeal to you. If you like COLOR, the warm lonei trill harmonize with your favorite drapes •nd bedspread. If you're PRACTICAL mieded, you'll enjoy oil of the roomy drawer t space and the bookcase bed. ALSO FIRST TIME EVER! Sensational New Sale Priced at only $ 37 SO Full SIM $1.00 DOWN $1.00 Per Week Box Spring •ante law price •Luxurious iT-TOP'— •n innovation in sleeping luxury • SeientifieaUy correct innerapring eontti UMI «ivM firm, BMllhful body cupnoH You may see them «hr«rtiMMl for • lot more montjr— but you'll never find • owr« luxurious "QUILT-TpP* Mattress—now sale prioad for you! This wonderfully rwtful "QUILT TOP" M.tlr«w yaw sleeping comfort bayaad compare. You'll ba oVU with the smart, decorator-dasi(n«d covwinp... M practical «they are beautiful! Yec, NOW M your chaw* to «!••• oa th« fiaaat at aaviap •ever befort aquaUad! HURRY! Thia offer ia for a limiwd time only! Qwht ia «ad aata* yo«r "QUU.T TOP" Matueaa ATI • FREE STORESIDE PARKING ibsoh Open And Fri<i«y Until 9 411 I. 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