Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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PAOBFOUft ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 7,1980 Going Some Where? Here's What YouVe Been Waiting for: John A* Perry Blackburn Publicity Man Gets National Award Siarline Luggage Train Case Reg. 12.00 Weekend Case 26 In. Pullman Starline luggage in fashion shades oi textured vinyl that resists scuffs. Well built, it takes heavy travel in it's stride. Quite a buy at these prices. Choice of 5 colors. CARLINVILLE — John A. Perry, director of public relations and development at Blackburn i College, was today named a national award winner, for excellence in educational news coverage, by the American Collegp i Public Relations Assn. I Porry was cited for his article : "Theory and Stern Reality." a ; newspaper feature story about the work-study program at Blackbum. The story was distributed ;by Reuters Ltd., an international news syndicate, "to virtually every newspaper in the world," the syndicate reported. Perry's story was declared the i best educational news feature from colleges under l.OOt) enrollment in the United States and Canada. Robert J. McCartney, chairman of the honors competition committee of the ACPRA, "said, | in notifying Perry, "A distinguished panel of judges has selected your entry 'Theory and Stern Reality' as outstanding by rea- json of originality, technique, impact and general effectiveness in fulfilling its purpose." Porry will receive the award during the annual award banquet of the American College Public Relations Assn., held in Washington, D. C., July 10-14, Dr. Robert P. Ludlum, president of Blackburn, said. This ' is the second consecu- WEEKEND SPECIALS FRI.-SAT. ONLY! 4-Racket, Steel Badminton Sets Reg. 10:98 J. C. Higgim complete Set. Has chrome - plated steel thaft rackets, with instructions. FISHING NEEDS Casting Rod 1.98 Casting Keel 1.98 Minnow Bucket ... 1.98 Landing Net 2.49 12-ft. Cain Pole ... 1.19 15-11). test Line, 50 yds 69c Assorted Lures 59c Croquet Sets For Six Players Reg. 8.49 1109 'Clear - grained hurdwood mallets. Plastic hulls, plastic coated steel wickets. Satisfaction guaranteed C1?AT)C ALTON HolTsSl or vonr money back" OJDrilYO HO 5-551 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily tive year that Perry has been cited by the ACPRA. Last year, prior to coming to Blackburn, he received an awaard for the JOHN A. PERRY Khouryburger Day Slated For July 16 Maj. Gen. Lane Tours St. Louis District Maj. Gen. Thomas A. Lane, who recently took leave of his rast as commanding general at Fort Leonard Wood to become president of the Mississippi Rrv er Commission. Wednesday met with Col. Charles B. Schweizer, district engineer of the U. S. Ar my Engineer Distrjcl, St. LOwis, to discuss project* within the District and then visit the projects by air and by automobile. Hie St. Louis District is one of the four district .^offices in the j Lower Mississippi Valley Divi-j sion where Gen. Lane fills a dual! role as division engineer of the Lower MliStoslppi Valley Division, in addftion to being president of thp Mississippi River Commission. WESTERN vWl^n V OIJT.RATI SHOE OINTIR WESTERN SMor Of PARKWO AR15A JrRAB OtJtt STOMB We can actually see 59 perj cent of the moon's surface at one! time or another, but never the 41 j per cent on the opposite side. ' i J.49 Mvt — Crttw fole Oxford*, IVt to I .11.91 Mgfr 79< Plew'Thone,*, Mtn'*- JQfi Lodjes'-Chlldren'*, oil color* W 12 ao Children'* $ LoeHtor lorefoot Sondol*. $.3* 14.00 Lodle»'.Mr»»«! Ponnf Co*iMl*,4>10 $4.9t MOM'S llotk VonHtottil 11 99 Oxfords, Iroken llni I S4,00.$o.9S Mon's $ Jll Oxfords ond Loafer*, A.I 2 .. f $1,99 CWWrtu 1 * Contot P)«f thoo^Mt $2.91 •r •r $4.91 Men 1 * Couro* Trod«Utt Oxford*, 4.12..., •19 Hal s\Jikol*ft:Afta%Vft* 9v*TaV IflVffl 9 9 mWf9 Rlbood lote Oxfords JPoviww Inwn »*™wy* Uather Como MMI $2>l Ityi' llMl i Tennlttlioo*, 4-11 H»» | I WMtt WOOD RIVER been announced - July IB has| by the Township Jaycees as the date of annual Khouryburger Day. The event will be held at Blev- Root Beer Stand this year, ins with serving from 11 1 p. m. Jaycees will man the skillets as chefs and will be assisted by Mrs. Jaycees serving as car- design of a college admissions hops and waitresses. viewbook. This award marks Proceeds of the affair will be the first time that Blackburn hasj usec | to ne ] p finance the Khoury League baseball teams sponsored by the Jaycees and the maintenance of the Jaycees' ball park at N. Sixth St. and Park been so cited. Perry joined the Blackburn administration in 1959. He has the general responsibility for Blackburn College News Bu- ^ ve reau. overall public relations atj Advancc tiekpts arc availab , e | the college, alumn. activities and |fmm the ath)e(es Qf fte the development program. i]eague anf) a| , mcnlbc , rs of tne Petit Larceny Charged CARLINVILLE — Jerry Haley, 17, Charles Holley, 19, and Robert Maguire, 22, all of Carlinville, were arraigned before Macoupin County Judge Francis J. Bergan on a charge of petit larceny brought by State's Attorney Paul C. Verticchio. It is alleged that the defendants stole a quantity of beer from Starr Bros. The defendants all entered pleas of guilty, and made motions to the court lor probation. Judge Bergen set the motions for hearing on July 13, at 10 a.m. Bond was fixed in the sum of $200 each. Jaycees and Mi's. Jaycees. Each 60 cent ticket entitles the purchaser To two Khouryburger. Paul Palermo is general chairman of the project: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Emerick are in charge of manpower and Ron Burns is publicity chairman. George Entrekin Heads Greene School Trustees WILSHIRE PHARMACY WILSHIRE MALL SHOPPING CENTER-EAST ALTON NOW OPEN DIAL CL 4-0623 OPEN DAILY TILL 10 P.M. SUNDAYS • HOLIDAYS TILL 9:30 P.M. ALL-STAR" VALUES THIS WEEKEND 13 C 29c Value — Pint RUBBING ALCOHOL $1.25 Valut — Stuart Hall STATIONARY Box 29e Value—Economy Pak ENVELOPES We Give TOP VALUE STAMPS FREE I S3.00 Worth oj Topi alueSlainps irilli All Inflatable Toys! FREE I $25. VO Worth of Topi ulueStamps with the purchase of each TIMEX Watch 9V 16 " Kvtru Cuktomer Service ul \ViIkhirc Pharmacy * 1'hoto MnUhiiiK •^ Money (/rdcru £ TV Tuh«- 'IV»Ung A ReyUtrred fharina- «>UI ik OH duty al all i time* to fUl your 1're- I kcription Nuedk. Kor xtra Kuvlagk 1 M« yivn Double Top Value MUuiip* an all llouk rilled. AL TOIIIS, R.Ph. Dial CI,4-Ottt3 iU<b for Our UrunU t)|M>iiiujr Double I aliH'Stanips on All I as si's Purchased 69c Value — Women's Children's Siies Thongs 49c $3.95 Value — Paint by Number Paint Sets..$1.98 $1.06 Value — CoWare TOOTH PASTE 2 Regular AAc 53cTubei 09 R»9> SI ^SSIse Richard Hudnut Inriched Creme Shampoo $1.10 $1.91 Value Halo SHAMPOO 2 Regular AAc 404 IrU. 9V PIICIS ftOODi THUI.-FII..SAT..SUN. CARROLLTON — George En-' trekin of Greenfield was elected' i president of the Greene County Board of School Trustees Tuesday evening in th§ office of Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, Greene County superintendent of schools. By virtue of her office, Mrs. Wilkinson is the secretary of the board, which meets quarterly. Informational Meeting CARROLLTON —Members of the Greene County Board of Re- vievy and the personnel in the Supervisor of Assessments office will go to Springfield Tuesday to attend an informational i meeting sponsored by the state department of i-evenue. In the group will be Floyd Kimbro. |Mrs. Harold Pruitt, Mrs. Fred Ashlock, John Price, and Oriville Stout. •Initiated Into l»dge CARROLLTON—Melvin Greer i was initiated into the order of the Eastern Star Tuesday evening in the Masonic Temple by the local chapter. Mrs. Oren Siebermann and Raymond Swann presided as worthy matron and worthy patron, respectively. Plans were made by the of- j ficers to attend a meeting of Greenfield Chapter Tuesday, July 19. Awarded Scholarship CARROLLTON —James Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell of Hillview, and a graduate of the White Hall High School in the class of 1960, has been awarded the child of a veteran of World War II Scholarship at the University of Illinois. Announcement was made this week in the office of Mrs. 'Ihelma Wilkinson, Green County superintendent of schools. Education Scholarships 1 CARROLLTON-State Teacher Education scholarships have been awarded to the top three students of each high school in Greene County, as reported by the principals of each high school to Mrs. Thelma C. Wilkinson, county superintendent of schools, These are to be used in teacher preparation and are valid for four years. Alter July 1 I960, a pool of scholarships will make available others for students in the county. To be eligible, the student must be in Ihe upper one half of his class and report to his principal that he wishes to apply for it. Winners of tbe state teacher education scholarships are Joyce Schroeder, Joe Helton and Darla Havelka, Carrollton High School; Judith Seely, Pamela Eastham and Janet Collins in White Hall; James Clothier, Charles Hazelwood and Gary Hettis, Greenfield; Valerie Shipton, Barbara Hallock and Roger Dean Barnett, Roodhouse. JOP QUA LI T Y AND VALUE..SINCE 1 8 7 9] Look-ahead Blanket Buys! West Third St. in Downtown Alton comp. 3.98 value) FULL BED SIZES • RICH BINDINGS SMART DECORATOR COLORS • FULLY WASHABLE BUY NOW AND SAVE! USE OUR EASY LAYAWAY PLAN ELM BLANKETS • Soft, warm, 72 x 90* blankets Weeded of 90% rtyw and 10% Orlon« acrylic fiber. • Deep 6" top and bottom binding of acetate satin for extra luxury. • Brown, green, wine, eumL SEARS KOKIHICK AND CO SAVE 60°°! YOUR CHOICE KENMORE 30 IN. GAS OR E LECTRIC RANGE Limited Quantities PHONE HO 5-5511 l ;< or Sears Prompt, Efficient Service! $5 Down REGULARLY $219.95 i THE GAS RANGE Here's the solution to Mom's meal making problems! Set, forget it clock controls oven, starts, stops when you desire. Range top rqtis- serie converts to a handy broiler! So much more. Buy it now! THE ELECTRIC RANGE A wonderful buy because it gives you so many of the luxury features of more expensive ranges at a true low price! 24-in. oven, 7-heat selector switches* timed appliance outlet. Much more! 'SatiifactioB guaranteed er your money back* SEARS ALTON,

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