Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
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ALTON EVUNINQ TKLfittRAPM Ml Br OrVtOUM Wllniett HI IWI school millleinttloi Pre-4th SALE SUMMER COTTON SKIRTS Reg. 2.19 and 3.99 *2 and »3 Prints or Solidi—Shiath or Full Sizes 22-38 CHOICE SHIRTS '1 Rag. $1.99 SUeveUii Sitet 32-38 _ GIRLS' SWIM SUITS $•• 49 1 2 GIRLS' DRESSES . 1.99 to 5.99. Sliet 3-14 S 59 to Keep Up With the News While You Are Away • Order a " Vacation Special" Subscription to the ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH • SPECIAL RATES 1 WEEK 2 WEEKS 3 WEEKS 4 WEEKS 35c 70c $1.00 $1.30 CLIP COUPON BELOW tk« Alton Evening Telegraph while I em on vacation. SUrting Date (writ* dale Uit Copy to le Mailed My Name print) City TREE TfUfS TITO ^T OJVCE ratling tre* from yard at M8 U. Into It. The narked car belongs to Mr*. Ninth Male a flattop out of a hardtop John Cundall and the driver of the oth* car parked at the curb, and during the er car was John Griffith of Jerwtyvtlle. hetfent 6f the rain another car drdv« —Staff Photo. Hospital Notes Indonesia Wants Statement Explained fit 6* KiW WlMt «9>-th«o» ttftle lOXtft Ofl AKttt iMafcaAayft' imKva nf MfflMofMMnif tO with moneMtftaf p*f (Nttltn induttry ffttn 18 ihttnon for MOM on pmi end efficiency in 104tt year 6fTte1«l figure. It* tnll- official puMtettWn of American Irvh in* lto*l Institute, Of the 1,700,000 (dm pfopfli- *d, OIM out « fwt wax accept* •4. magatine «ayi In the ••••••••ii^' steel fndtittfjr •!*>* jjii efftftffflft Kelt milWfrW live more than $872,000 • fttf In production cttts. . . Read Teloirtph Wtat Ads Pilly IT. JOSEPH'S i Mrs. Velma Markle, 1209 Fourth Mffntrit i Mrs. Mable Stelnchfield, Worden; JAKARTA. Indonesia (AP) — Jarne* Hick™. iSs Certtral. | M [- sopC1yda KlaRUes ' 450 ° Co1 '; Indonesia today called for an _ Gllhert Rice. 2317 Washington. ! M {* B j.-| JX8beth Kessinger, God- i « ent explanation" i rom the United f r gy. ' ' ' States of a statement reitortedly Haarrison, East Alton.; made in the Hague by Adm. Ar . Jarnes Garln, 1259 State. r ' WV1Ie M« Mrs. .- l Edwardsville. , M Dorotny Tf*r~n*t jwirs. LJuroiny jwren, EHSt Alton. Donald Lock. East AHoT Mrs ' Nan <* Miller - ^"^ille. Everett Hord, East Alton. J|W |y COMMUNITY MEDICAL Ross Hancock, Jerseyville. Mrs. Carl Arnold Sr., Piasa. Edwin Tepen, Meppen. SURGICAL Jill Roberts, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. William Ferguson, Kane. Mrs. Harold Bowman, Medora. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Robert G. Doerr, 2719 Benbow. Alton. Brent Johnson, 2727 Residence, Alton. Mrs. LilJian Sitze, 508 Ninth, Hast Alton. SURGICAL Miss Viola Lorts, 162 S. Pence, East Alton. P.ebecra Holman, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Mrs. Alice Williams, 103 Main. Mrs. Christina Ash, lllO'/z Alby, Alton. Terry F. Stewart, 208 Victory, East Alton. . Goulding. Miss Carol Sheets, 240 Central,; Wood River. j Mrs. Ruby Broaddus, 310 Penning, Wood River. j Mrs. Evelyn YoSt, 1925 Rodgers. I Mrs. Kalhleen Jacoby, Hartford Mrs. lola Davis, 818 Cherry, East Alton. Mrs. • Dena Moldi, Bethalto. Mrs. Eva fieatty, 1518 Rodgers. DISMISSALS Oliver Barnett, Virden. Joan Brown, Grafton. John Brown, 938 Milnor. Barry Dombrovv, Dow. Henry Fiedler, Hardln. | Miss Carolyn Forest, 909 Piasa. \ Mrs. Arete Gallaher, Godfrey. Wrs. Marian Hawkins, 1139 Long! Michael Hayes. West Alton. i Mrs. Jennie Herndon, 324 Third. I James ; Kent, 4500 College. | Mrs. Shirley Knoche, Bunker i ! operations. ; Burke was quoted as saying ' that Hollandia. in Dutch New 'Guinea, would be a suitable U.S. I naval base. An Indonesian Foreign Office spokesman charged this revealed that America was not remaining neutral in the long dispute over the territory occupied by the Netherlands and claimed by Indonesia. The Boxer Rebellion in 1900 was an attack by a secret society in northern China against foreigners. Art Yoir Present Inwtmtnti Einring Top DMendi? Investigate... Theh Invest Where Your Savings Earn A Full ALTON'S riRST AND ONLY FEDERAL ASSOCIATION Per Annum Current Dividend • Federally Siip«rviitd • Federally liMiined Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 with Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation OT FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION STATE AND WALL* ALTON ••••§••••••«••• •••••••••• •••••*•••••••*•*** PHONE HO 5-2555 McCoy, 2215 Brown Mrs. Anna Marmino. 222 Dorris. Mrs. Marilyn Mosby, Wood River Mrs. Bessie Richey, Greenfield. Miss Darlene Rlckman, Bethalto i ST. ANTHONY'S ) N.; . M"attie Hutchins, 3707 Berk-, M^oJva" 1 Robins?' 218 Grand.: Timothy Peipert. 2022 Central. lM ,.; aS j- ; , en ^"' Do wney. Bethalto. Pfitricia Pointer. Bethalto. !h - aro | d Daiiey, Hartford. Mrs. Dorothy Amburg. Grafton. j Fm) M llhime. Cottage Hills. •, i. ^^^^'^t^ t 'Albert DeSherlia, 81 Marguerite Mrs. Julia Slnkewitz, 1134 Long.| M ,. s Shir | ev Tretter. Lincoln ALTON MEMORIAL i Adclition ' Wood River - MKDICAL Mrs. Fraces Millen, 2332 State, i Most I . b. I'laiie I 1 ares [Mrs. Virginia Aekenback, 904 MrtSSa Gething, 2327 Fair-; fm-rease at Midnight F,oye V Coleman, South Roxana.i WASHINGTON (AP) - Most Leslie Elliott,. 94! Danforth. ^'- s - air. fares will increase by SURGICAL (about 5 per cent at midnight to- Robbyn Chappell, 2220 Mar-'night. Elm^r'Moran. Jerseyville. i Th(1 Civi ' Aeronautics Board Debbie Bienemann, S. Roxanti. j said lhat all of the domestic trunk Vicki Myers. Wood River. airlines, mid all except three of Mrs. Elsie Ewen. 3405 Thoma«. (ho local service operators? have Mrs. Delores Magee, Cottage fi]( , d ff) ,. (hp ni( , hpr fa ,. es Hills. CAB announced on June 17 that DISMISSALS Bonnie Ostendorf. Edwardsville. it would approve them. Alana Basden, Wood River. These amounted to a straight William Heater, 2506 Ida. .,, p cent inc . reas e j n all fares, ' Charles Champlin, 3020 Fernwood. ,lerr>' Fielder, Alton. plus an added $1 charge for each one-way ticket. SPECIAL PURCHASE! Matching Cotton Knits by New Era M«lot«d — etntt for « — w»«k'i iul»««riptl«ii (•mouot) BROTHERS - miAMMMM jji i •§ j I* *•*•; ? ;% . -;---\ MiHr » ilm i ^M " " ~ * ~ , I Summer Savings for Women Relems by Bea Young Rayon wash and wear linen dresses in misses and half sises. Reg. S.f8 77 Better dresses. Values to $35 9 '11 '18 Entire stock of Spring coats. Values to 49.91 Summer Savings for Children Clearance of girl's blouses. 3-6x, 7-14, and preteens. \ 99 and Valves to 3.98 Girls' dress clearance. 3-6«, 7-M and preteens. Values to U.98 Myers Irorhers underwear •oxer shorts Regular $1 50 Special Purchase! Madras plaid sheath shirtwaist dresses. Misses siies. Reg. 8.98 .... 5 M Entire stock girls' spring coats. 3.ox and 7*14. Values to 24.98 t-shirts Regular $1 . Knit briefs. Regular 89c for for 4 50 « 25 CLEARANCE—Entire Stock Summer Suits '1.1 $ 19 $ 29 '39 Values to 19.98 Valuoi to 29.91 Values to 39.98 Value, to 59,tl Boys' short sleeve sport shirts. QQr & 1 99 Broadcloth ft knits. Vol. to 3.98 v9 v I 33 Athletic shirts. Regular 89c .., 25 Famoui Wembley ties Reg. 1.SO values Entire stock of boys' shortie P.J.'s Regular 2.98 values Myers Brothers briefs and T-shirts. SPECIAL PVKCHASE! Irieft—Reg. 3 for 2.2S for 4 79 T.ihlrtt—Reg. 3 for 2.50 Boys' unUned jacket! 3.SO to 10.98 values 3 for 4% 07 4m 99 to * 99 Special Purchase! Madras plaid blouso ond |am«t«« seH. Regular 4.49 values 99 Boys' Bermuda shorts Reg. 3.98 and 4.98 .. «etton knit thirtt in pullover or cardigan stylet. Solid colort and stripei in green, gold, blue, black and white. Sties S, M, end I. loft: fully lined cotton knit jamaicai in solid colors of green, gold, blue, and black. Sites 10 to I*. flotu Clearance of $lim Jims and pedal pushers Values to 4.9S .................... 2.19 V«luei to 6.95 ............. ....... 3.99 Values to 7.98 .................... 1,99 Values to 14.98 ................... 8.99 Summer skirt clearance Values to $.98 .................... 3.99 Values to 8.98 ............. . ...... 1.99 Values to 14.98 ................... e.M Clotmii of Mouses. Large frtvp It clear. VoJ. »• 3.98 ffttloj froup of eoHoi halt SbM I to It o*ly. Iff. 1. \ 99 A 99 Boys' wash and wear summer •% 99 ft *i 99 trewert. Val. to 4.98 dfi «9 litire stock of boys long sleeve sport iHirtf. OQfi »• O W Iff. 1.98 to 4.98 W* dfi Summer Savings for Men ••a) BBkABl**: eUlOMaMaW amlftal •Jf rlWii i vWiulWr Mm i S tolil .I.'IS-" Meo'i short Ueeve tptrt VfSMM It 14 •JPI^VT iJRPIovi •JwwPw f^PHi •JMPvWP'vt iof,|4ltil 2" VibiMitl.H 2" 3" specioJ pvrchejse of woov dMbf. Wt t«t ytii'N rtttfihji to by itvoftl Hn ot It 11.91 ., SHOP FRIDAY FROM 9 A.M. 'Ul 9 P.M.

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