Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
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And a Jttttf «Mriw«d simply fo "Shirley 9i«k" tt Just ai t*- ALTON EVEMNO TELWIUW Slsk'i wife «J*> to named WHrlcy. So If their Read Tetogwiph Want Ad« Dally 4 Outstanding Groups/ 417 Piin - RHihr $3.96 to 16,96 llr Mnrtliri Pltti in« Oimli 2 - *5 Pain-R«|. 66.66 !• 110.66 Orm lliMi. All Colon and Stylit 90 *4 90 127 Pairs-Hi* $4,96 (0*8.96 OklUrm't lt*n Ityln l«r Blrli ind $990 Canvas and Liathir Flati Alton Plaza Shopping Center SALE BEGINS FRIDAY 9 A.M. DEPARTMENT StORE 118 Pairs - Regular $2. THim*DAY ( JUNE30,lWO i^ Mi ear and the veftteMi MMMk • . Roman* mt Wtted it • no* *Hp oft Mi nfct. In pruning own ooM ftfttftd Hi M them bfttik Bite phictj, Iwf SEM-MNUAL SHOE SALE HILL BARN This barn at the William Komnlck the storm early this mantel. Thte farm north of Bunker HUI was dam. morning "aflstonei broke out windows aged both Tuesday night and again by In the residence.—Staff Photo. Many Damage Claims Filed at Far m Bureau EDWARDSVILLE — Damage (there are young plants washed claims from area farmers were literally "pouring in" at the Madison County Farm Bureau Insurance Service as a result the storm this morning, a spokesman there reported, mostly from the northern part of the county. The spokesman said most of the damage was to harns, silos and other outbuildings, but Farm Bureau employes who live the area said they noticed numerous uprooted trees and downed tree limbs on the way to wbrk this morning. One claim telephoned in to the insurance company today included damage "from a flying concrete block," County Farm Adviser Truman W. May said the farm situation is nearing the "critical" stage because of the heavy rains. May said there is much erosion caused already to county farms, out and there is a "good deal of water standing in low spots." Cultivation of fields and combining of wheat has been delayed so long that if more rains come, the situation fo> farmers will be critical, May said. Much wheat is beaten down from rain and will be difficult to harvest, he reported. The local office of Illinois Power Co. had p.t least three crews workiniftoday on downed power lines, a spokesman said, who reported "considerable" damage around Worden. A high line between that village and Hamel <y»s lost in the storm this B R • T H E J? CH008I WiOM HldH HEELS, MEDIUM HEELS, SLACK PAT, dftEEN, BONE, BLUE, BLUE AND WHITE, BROWN AND WHITE, PECAN. JOHANSEN SHOES VdwM to tf.ft '..,.: PAVILIA SHOES VdNtt M U.tS Now Ciia Blanoa and Oalypiot Shots » 14.fS New $Q80 8 SANDIER OF BOSTON Value* to 10.95 Now $^80 6 Egypt is seeking buyers aboard for peanuts in 25 and 50-ton lots, Cairo announced. NOT EVERY SIZE IN EVERY STYLE flmvs DEPT STORE 208 W. 3rd - ALTON EVERYTHING FOR your season in the sun! We have "What it Takes" to help you make the most of your funtime opportunities on vacations and weekend*, this summer. Ladies' JAMAICA SHORTS A "must" for every gal's summer wardrobe from CO-ORDINATES Matching blouses and skirts in all colors . . . C98 fromw MM'I SLACKS Cool summer weights, washable . • • • 4»»TO SPORT SHIRTS We've got stacks of short-sleeved shirts in all styles and designs. BEACH COATS Perfect for all outdoor fun and sun from 1 Summer BLOUSES 1 Prints & solid colors. 49Q Little sleeves, and •" sleeveless .... from BERMUDA SHORTS 2 W .~.. 5°° Girls' Pedal Pusher Sets. Junior fashion favorites from 429 .SWIM TRUNKS from PLAY SHOES ityltf for D«d and the Kidi , . . to fit all the family's tummer footwear needs. r*»4 Gflmvs DEPT STORE — AITON CHARGE IT,,. as little a» S3.IN) per mouth ou purchase* U|t to *50.U«. NO UOVVV PAYMENT! W« Give au4 Jtwhwm morning, he said. Kenneth L. Evers, manager of the local Illinois Bell Telephone Office, said he had a crew out working at 5 a.m. this morning, and as far as he could determine, the company had 233 customers out of service. However, between 8 and 9:30 a.m. this morning, reports of trouble were "still pouring in," Evers said. Evers said people in the Ed- wardsvllle area have been very "cooperative and understanding" about service trouble caused' by the storm. Edwardsvllle Street Superintendent Fred Behrendt said there were many downed- lines in the city and a few trees reported blown over. Florist Hail Insurance Association had only one report thus far of damage to greenhouses, at a greenhouse in Alton. Extent of the damage was urn known. Woman Injured in County Seat Crash EDWARDSVILLE — Amelia Gaza of Niles, a passenger in an automobile involved in an accident on U. S. Bypass 66 in front of Colonial Hotel Tuesday, was treated by a local physician for injuries Incurred. The woman was taken to the doctor by Weber ambulance. According to a police report by Sgt. James Smith, the accident occurred at 4:20 p.m. Driver was Laurel K. Hansen of Park Ridge. Driver of a truck which hit the car was Emil F. Puype of Gillespie, who was turning east from Rt. 66 onto St. Louis street at the time. Both cars were towed from the scene with front end damage. Puype, issued a traffic summons for a right of way violation, was fined $25 and costs by Justice of the Peace M. G. Schauerte, according to the report. Hospital Notes KDWARDSV1LLE-- One area i resident svas admitted -Wednesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, (Highland; two patients were idisi-harged, and one birth was recorded. ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin jllowerton, Rt. 3, a daughter, at 18:26 p.m. Wednesday, weight 8 ! pounds 8 ounces. The mother is ; the former Carol Langenwalter. I Mrs. Audrey Farmer, 401 | South Brown, was admitted. ! Discharged were: Miss Vicky ! Pratt, Rt. 4; Mrs. Lucy Tipsi worth, 215 McKinley. i Lightning Sets Distillery Afire OWENSBORO, Ky. AP — Lightning set fire to a distillery warehouse today, destroying the stor-i age building and 20,000 barrels oil whisky. The fire bittke out at the Medley Distilling Co. during a morning thunderstorm that later mov ed eastward across Kentucky. The building flamed intensely M barrel after barrel of newly distilled whisky burst. Tetegwpb Want Ads "C'MCK" ALTON PLAZA — NORTH ALTON — WILSHIRE VILLAGE — DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER • Open Friday Til] Nine P.M. HIRSCHtCO. Men's Cabana Sets Boxer style trunk with matching beach jacket. Sizes: S-M-L 3.98 Men's Swim Trunks Boxer and Helenca Stretch Brief Styles. 1.98—2.98 Boy's Swim Trunks Brief or Boxer style. Sizes: 2 to 16 98c—1.98 Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Choose from knits, broadcloths, drip-dries in solids and fancy patterns. Sizes: S-M-L-XL 1.19—2.98 Men's Cool Slacks Cotton cord slacks in Ivy and Continental styles. Sizes: 29 to 38. This summer's most wanted colors. 3.98 Boy's Knit Polo Shirts Crew neck and knit collar styles. Sizes: 2 to 12 59c Thongs for the family! Men's—Women's, Children's' Sizes.' 49c Men's and Boy's Walking Shorts Both polished cotton and bed- ford cords in stock. Sizes for both Men and'Boys. 1.98—2.98 Get in the Swim io* the Fourth/ Women's Swim Suits The season's newest styles in solids and patterns. All ladies sizes. 8.95 to 14.95 Sun Lovin' Casuals! Women's-All Sizes Jamoicas- Shorts -Pedal Pushers 1.59-2.99 Ladies' Sleeveless Extra Fine Quality Shirts Sizes 33 to 38 in this special group. Choose from solids, prints, plaids, stripes. Values to 1-98. 1.00 Cash it Chatgt + lay-c^wcry All P. N. HUSCH & CO. STORES CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4* 1

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