Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 6, 1960
Page 6
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PAGE six ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH JULY 6, liffiO Grppnftold GRKKNFIFl.t) Mrs. Kloa- norp Mifohrll *vlll IPSVP Trnirs- d«y by jet airliner from Lumber! Field for Hawaii m «ppnri several vveekp with hoi son, eapt. Ellis Mitchell and fnm- !ily. j Mr. «nd Mr*, r. rover L. Bauer • .•spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Bauer's sister. Mrs. La\v- i-ence Cravens and family in MPtamoin. Mr. and Mrs Byron Oilier of iChiraero and grandson. t)avid Jacobs of Dftllas. Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Rohert Hertenstelner of shehnygan. Wis.. have b«*n , V j sjf j n< j relatives here and at- f Pn( jed >he reunion of the Oilier family Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon and son of THUR. Kresqe W ^% rtrfje'X'fy+r''*'" HI ^k^i« .^^a^iMtftMBBrffffiffilm^mi ^ Washable All Cottoi DUSTER, This Sate Only 4 So easy to wash- Half are drip-dry** Small to X-large A pretty way to look neat as yon ftaft I your day... in 4 drip-dry, embossed or i woven plaid duster with lace trimmed] Peter Pan collar and double cuff sleeves.] Small to X-large sizes. la gay color KRESGE'S SUPER SPECIALS Family Size TOILETRIES I Lotions » Bubble Bath I Cleansing Cream I Talcum Powder Jumbo Size 33 c Eo. • 3-Speed Selector • Westinghous* Motor 20" PORTABLE FAN JUMBO size fan drives out hot stuffy air, draws in fresh air. Has a reliable Westinghouse motor with 1-yr. warranty and G.E. rotary switch. Grey enamel case has snap-on protective grill in white enamel. At Kresge's-' This Week's Big Buy is Your Best Buy West Third Street in Downtown Alton Open Mm., Fri. Till 9 P.M. Naperville. Mr. and Mm. George Olbert, Mrs. John Olbert, and Mrs. Clover Strang. all of Wood River were also out- of-tmvn members who attended the reunion. Mrs. Maurice L. Mefvin and Dr. Oarrett Lee Melvin ac- rompanied Mrs. James PettH to St. Louis Sunday en route to her home in Oklahoma City fifter a visit with her sister. Mrs. Melvin. Mrs. Ruby Harrington will leave Wednesday to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Mons in Lombard, and will! accompany the Mons family on a vacation trip to Michigan. Mrs. J. Russell Shields, who has spend two months with the J. R. Shields Jr. family In Lompoc. Calif., Miss Brenda Shields, who joined her mother in California in June, and Shelley, Terry, and Lorna, daughters of the Shields Juniors, will leave Saturday to return to Greenfield. They will visit another daughter. Mrs. Don Luketich and family in Greeley. Colo., en route home. The Luketich i family is spending the summer in Greeley. while Luketich is working on his doctor's degree I at Colorado State College. Mpro Scouts \ Leave for Camp j I Warren Levis MORO — Ten boys from Scout Troop 104 left Sunday afternoon for Camp Warren Levis where they will spend the week. They are James Dorsey, Kenneth and Tom Bivens, Dennis Dustman, Wayne Johnson, Roger and Billy Blind. Robert De- Werff, Tom' Benjey and Alan Cooper. Falls From Window MORO — Dee Anna Unterbrink, 2*A year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Unterbrink remains a patient at Wood River Township Hospital were she was moved following a fall from a window at their home June 28. The little girl fell through a glass window from the upper story to the ground, suffering a hairline fracture, a slight concussion, and several cuts from the glass. It is believed the water soaked ground saved the child from more serious injuries. Moro Notes MORO — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Caughey have returned to their home in Dallas, Tex., after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dorsey. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Brazier and Michael Brazier spent Sunday and Monday with Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Dobrinsky and family at Illiopolis. .** Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roley and family of Sterling and Dr. an(J Mrs. Robin Hill of Los Angeles, recent guests at the Maurice Dorsey home, have returned to their respective homes. Susie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stepson, has returned to her home following an emergency appendectomy at Alton Memorial Hospital Thurs- iday night. i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holbeck iand daughter of Hamden, Conn., | a re here for a two week vacation |at the home of Mrs. Holbeck's | parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kasten. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" • JALOUSIES • IRON RAILINGS BLAIR HOME SUPPLY State * Belle (la The Wedge) Phones HO 5-I5IJ or HO 1-4241 SUMMER NEWS from Richard Hudnut LIKE BATHING YOUR FACE IN MINTED SNOW! NEW MINTED CREME FACIAL CLEANSER by • ICHARD HUDNUT * Civet you a glowing •ensatjon of beauty... deep-cleuiises every pore... as r^evar before! Two SUM: FIRST LIPSTICK THAT WONT MELT IN THE SUN! NO-MVLT by RICHARD NUONUT H rotta OH I Unlike ordinary lipsticks, when the heat's on. new roll-on -LIP QUICK • Won't melt! • Won't break off! • Won't smear 1 • Never loses iU point! Outlines lips clean* |y, beautifully, all summer long! In IS fashion shades Ur QUicr II JO' Mik II »*• New and fabulous! 20 CURL HOME PERMANENT RICHARD NUONUT to cvmu MOM »w»m«T For tipi, bingi tNtwt4fl-w«* atas Smart demi-size Fashion 'Quick with amazing built-in shampoo for a between-wave pick-up* bvely, toting ourl*. tatter** •toll THRIFTY DRUG STORES New from RICHARD HUDNUT 'Color THE FIRST WATERPROOF HAIR OOLORINO RINSE •COLOR OLD' brifbtra* uw lite of your hair in just 3 to i minuter And this amazing new hair coloring rinw it waitr-rtiiiianl! Glows on and on-even through fra. quant shampooing! ChooM "Italian Odd", a Cellini- rich, new golden blonde •.. "Burnished Bronte", • deeply exciting new auburn. Or any out 01 Hint raviab- togthade*. Vacation Drivin Guaranteed for 1-Year THE ALLSTATE NYLON 6.70 x 15 Tube-Type Blackwall And Old Tire Off Your, Car 7.10 x 15 13.88 plus tax AND OLD TIRE OFF YOUR CAR (iuarantred coast-to-coa«t, in any Sears atore, against all types of road hazards. GO THE ALLSTATE WAY! Sears has stores located in cities ' t and towns along the way to ' . •** serve you in any tire emergency ... you're in touch with a Sears store wherever you drive « 24-MONTHS GUARANTEED ALLSTATE NYLON SILENT CUSHIONS 670x15 Tube Type Blackwall \ 670x15 and 750x14 Tubeless Blackwall AND » ALLSTATE! A famous brand name you know and trust . . . Sean guarantees this tire for 24 month* again*! all road hazards. Each Plus Tax OLD TIRE OFF YOUR CAR • Drive down the high- • Special '8* shaped tread way with your mind at design offers traction at ease on Ugh mileage every turn and at every "emulsamix" 'rubber, stop.,* Tube-Type Blackwall Sice «. 70x15 7.10x15 7.60x15 Price Without Trade-In, Each Pliu Tax 34.60 27.00 29.55 Price Wllh Trade-In, Each Pluc Tax 18.88 20.88 22.88 Tubelew Blackwall Size 6.70x15 7.50x14 ~77lOxTfT~ 8.00x14 Price Without Trade-In, Each Plus Tax 27.10 29.50 7.60x15 8.50x14 31.95 Price With Trade-In, Each Plus Tax 20.88 22.88 24.88 Tube-Type Whitewall Size 6.70x15 7.10x15 7.60x15 Price Without Trade-In, Each Plus Tax 28.60 31.00 33.55 Price With Trade-In, Euch Plus Tax 21.88 23.88 25.88 Tubeles* Whitewall Size 6.70xlff 7.50x14 7.10x15 8.00x14 7.80x15 8.50x14 Price Without I Price With Trade-In, Each Trade-In, Each Plui Tax Plus Tax 81.10 38.50 35.95 23.88 25.88 27.88 NO MONEY DOWN That'* right, you pay no money down when you trade-in the old tire off your oar. FAST FREE TIRE MOUNTING Gar Cleaning Combination SEARS PARTS DEPT. Voltage Regulator Fuel Pump Brake Shoes All 4" At low an .. 168 As 4 48 ea, Generators 00 A» ea. low M .. 1.99 Kit Everything you need to wash and shine your car. Car wash, deaner, glaze, polish cloth. Car Rug 3.77 Compass 3.33 Finest Plastic Coated Fiber Seat Covers Full front floor Accurate! Dial rug . . 8 colors is eusy to read Reg. 15.95 13 88 Carrier ,'„' .4.44 Tune up ST 1,29 Easy to Install Lower prices on top ol car. for other care. "Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back' This, low price (or smart looks and dependable protection for your car Interior. Rich leather- grained vinyl trim* New modern design on bade* rant. f ?S ALTON, Phone HO 5-5511

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