Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 11, 1960
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JULY 11, 1900 Week-Long Greene Fair Gets Under Way Public ttwlied To Attend Legion Btmqttet invitation to th* general public to attend. Former iVfdyor Thomas \V. : Butler, chairman of trte banquet its underground and had more than 2,000 hours of Communist schooling. He was a government \\itncss at trials of many lead-) $59,230 in FMT Funds Allotted iti County »XH At'StfcO AttO MAKfift ft TO OflAVfttAfHI A 1929 Chevrolet that was i making its "death tattles" UUI.K.I. ^..Kiiiiiuii «i •••>- ««...,."• ... .i_ «, .. j i malting »f> ut'Mlll IOIUCB was committee, said the requests ing Communists m the Unitedl SPRINGFIELD (Special)~| stopped m , en | ly by Danish po- for tickets come from those wishing to hear the banquet CARftOLLTON - Entry Day 8t »» M8Bi Oreene County Fair opened the fair Monday, with a Requests- to, reservations to s P eakei ; thomas A " * _M t»*r1«**«r..n«vrtt* nfyn an undercover agent for the FBI. iStates. Reservations may be made at the Siratford before noon Saturday. U. S. coins in 1884. number of entries in all motto (<ln ^ departments. There are large exhibit* hi the Art Hall of special Interest to women and the livestock exhibits ate as numerous te in years past. The entertainment for the week will include horse pulling contests, border sheep dog trial) and the Western Horse show program In the afternoon, with harness racing at 8 p.m. daily beginning Wednesday and continuing through Saturday. The Tuesday night program will feature the crowning of Miss Oreene County and will be preceded by the Greene County 4-H Club dress revue in which more than 200 girls will participate. The Flying Cordes, trapeze artists will perform Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. before the grandstand. Featured on the midway will be the Rohr's modern shows with rides and other attractions. Officers of the fair this year are R. D. Lemons, president, Ted Fehl, treasurer, Miss Nelle Witt, secretary, all of Carrollton, and Mrs. Reta Smith of Greenfield, assistant secretary. Carrollton Church Classes to Meet CARROLLTON — Members of the Loyal Daughters class of the Christian Church will have a carry-in supper Tuesday evening! at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Doyle. j Members of the Friendly Bible j class of the First Baptist Church will have a monthly social meeting Tuesday evening in the church, with Mrs. John Jouett and Mrs. Robert Tucker as hos-| tesses. A program is being planned by Miss Hayde Dowdall and Miss Callie Purl and Mrs. H. M. Combrink will discuss a Bible character, with Mrs. Louis Bishop reading the Scripture lesson. Berlin Property Sold CARROLLTON — The proper- i ty of the late John Berlin was sold at an administrator's sale Saturday at the Courthouse, with Kendall Seely as the auctioneer and G. K. Hutchens as the attorney. The lot on which the residence was located and fronting on Church Street was sold to Clarence Smith for 510,500. Mr. and Mrs. Smith plan to make the residence their home. The lots to the rear of the residence and fronting on Walnut street were sold to Harvey Haddock for $4,900. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Friday) were Mrs. Beverly Stewart of Kane and Vincent Tuey of Carrollton. Admitted Saturday were Roy Holland of Hardin, Mrs. May Price and Stephen Roberts both, of Carrollton. Discharged from the hospital Saturday was Miss Joleen Hill of Greenfield. Logan Funeral CARROLLTON — F u n e r a 1 services for Mrs. Cora Logan were conducted Saturday at Mehl Funeral Home by the Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastor of First Baptist Church. Pallbearers, all grandsons, were John Logan. Bob Shannon, Donald Wolfley, William Voiles. George William Crabtree, Walter Benner and Rollin Benner. Burial was in the Stith Cemetery near Carrollton. President Abraham Lincoln y , t(?nd the Fifth Division Ameri- signed the law which put the (a n Legion banquet al Hotel j younglove spent nine years in! France's knitwear industry Trust" on 1 Stratford Saturday has prompt-(the Communist. Party, held 13|now employs 80,000 with anmt- ed Legion officials to extend an|elective offices, was captain ofial sales of $37 million. Illinois counties have been allotted $2.881.300 as their share of motor fuel tax paid into the state treasury during June. Director E. H. Jenison of the Illinois Department of Finance reported today to Governor W11- lice to see if it was in safe operating rendition. Copenhagen Ham G. Stratton. Allotments to the 102 fountles include: Madison $r>9,230. Macoupln $14.067. CHlhoun $1,9S8, Greene $6,239. Jersey $4.806. learns. The only thing to order [it was reported that tht ear arid the owner agreed to it to the nearest wrecking v«rd.;" 1<lVpfl Gassy? •tea Httrt On a Tfmti Pilfer JiMHIfd tlftOf if Off ItSii Sf&vt BELL Hi nttftrtito J IIMIH mwi» itoff' AUTO msu STANKA OARAOI SSt "** 300 E. BROADWAY, ALTON FREE STORESIDE PARKING GIANT 7 PIECE CHROME DINETTE Stats 6 to 8 People Comfortably CLOSING OUT 20" Window Fans NOW ONLY Innerspring Mattress or Box Springs Hai intension Itaf A variety of colors. Rugged construction. Cun't be beat anywhere. Greene County Home Bureau Board Meets CARROLLTON — Homemuk- er's Camp will be Aug. 9 at the Western 4-H Club Camp at Lake Jacksonville, according to an announcement made Friday afternoon at a meeting of the executive board of the Greene County Home Bureau held in the basement of the Methodist Church. There will also be a district j meeting of organization workers. and public information groups of i the counties in the district Sept. 22 at Camp Point. i Parents of Daughter CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haven of Phoenix.; Ariz., are parents of their fourth child and first daughter bgnij July 7 at Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. ; Haven are former residents ofj Rockbridge and Mrs. Haven is; the former Mary Sue Thiebaud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Os- j car Thiebaud of Greenfield. Haven is the son of Mrs. Hilda Haven, formerly of Rockbridge and now of Phoenix. CurroUUra NoM» CABROLLTON - Mrs. Henry Thten, past grand regent of the local court of the Cathole Daughters of America, left Saturday for Ptosburtfh. P U • where Kite «4U attWd the national Catholic j Duughtert convention. ! George Haflety of Belvidere ; will arrive this week to join his wile ,804' daughters ui u visit at the borne of her paraiU, Mr. -and Mrs. £<uJ Hubtuuri and hwj moduli', Ml*. Qra Raffety, in: White Hull. ! Mr. and Mm. E. J. Lukemun; left thin weekend tor Rye Bench.! N. H., wiwre (hey will .vteit theU-j bui-ia-law aud daughter, Pr. and Mr*. Lao Harrimn. A huge selection of in- nerspvniB and foam rubber mattresses., matched and unmatched box springs, ranging from hold to deluxe quality. S BEDROOM BUYS Platinum 3-Pc, Modern Bedroom $ 98 Maple Bed, Dresser and Chest. $119 Sapphire Bookcase Bedroom .. $149 Grey Mahogany 3-Pc. Bedroom $179 Cordovan Mhg. 3-Pc, Bedroom $189 Walnut Modern 3-Pc, Bedroom $198 .Vim • in oof ttllclc on nil lew 23 NO MONEY DOWN Live cool, sleep cool with this wonderful 2-speed fan that will give years of service. Arrange Your Own Easy Terms LIVING ROOM BUYS Modern 2-Pc, Living Room ... $119 Sofa, Bed and Chair .... $128 Curved 3-Piece Sectional.... $138 Kroehler 2-Pc. Living Room .. $148 Famous 3-Piece Sectional.... $188 Foam Rubber 3-Pc. Sectional. $249 | COMPLETE 10 PIECE BEDROOM 1 Designed for the Modern Minded Beautiful 9x12 RUG WITH FREE PAD 95 HANDSOME BOOKCASE With sliding glass doors $ 21 No Money Down Big room ,v interior, rich marproof finish. Tapered brass - tipped self-level legs. Truly u beautiful and practical decorator piece. Formica Top CABINET BASE Sal. $( Priced VJ = ALL FOR O N L — LOW PRICE . . . SS Handsome Bookcase SS Bed. Roomy Double ^— Dresser, Tilting Mir. ^— TOT. Innerspring SS Mattress, Box = Spring, 't Lamps, 2 = Pillows and lovely, iS Bedspread. $ 168 1 NO MONEY DOWN * EASY TERMS == Here is a bedroom value out of this world, jjE you'll be amazed at the beauty and stunned = by the quality. See this wonderful outfit to= day and save with FRANKLIN UNION'S = day =E LOW, LOW PRICE! 5-Pc. Chrome DINETTE SET ImiHfiil FASHION CHAIRS Quality 7-DRAWER DESK FABULOUS SAVINGS ON QUALITY FURNISHINGS! ig88 Sturdy Steel Cabinet Base with Easy-to-clean formica top. Has large cutlery drawer and two handy shelves. 35" high with 20" x!6" top. Hollywood BED OUTFIT Sale J Priced Sale Priced 34 Ea. Sale Priced Sale Priced b u rt s t i the popular id itdin f-.-iiitrtnt top. Here is a huge selection of the most exquisitely designed chairs to come along in . at an unusual low years price ,oUy LiuJi)' New D*ifgn PHONETTE BENCH syw Bronzetone frame with brass trim . . . Blond grain plastic top. Seat in tan vinyl. Over, all size: 32'/;" long, 16" wide, 24'/z" high. Sale Priced All Steel WARDROBE Sale 51 Priced ** Double door Robe finished in rich walnut brown. 56 inches high ... 20 inches wide ... 18 inches deep. A terrific saving at this Low Price! ROLLAWAY BED SET Salt- ! Priced Choice Of TABLE LAMPS Sale Priced CHANNEL BACK CHAIRS 14 WAGON WHEEL BUNK BED OUTFIT sggoo You get 2 Bunk Beds, 2 Mattresses, 2 Springs, Rail I and Ladder. Ideal for stu- | dent's room or den. An amazing value. PLATFORM ROCKERS Sale ^ Priced 2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE Deep pile. woven rugs ii' a truly wonderful a.-- sortmeiit of colors and patterns Day-R-Niter LOUNGE Sale Priced Add modern living to your home. Here is real contemporary styling at an old fashioned price. .Ideal for den, rathskeller or living room. LIMITED QUANTITY A Siniatlonil Vilut WALL CABINET Sale Priced Modern in design and color selection. CRIB and MATTRESS SET Big, roomy, adjustable RECLINER CHAIR '38 NO MONEY DOWN We Imve u limited number or these fine chairs at thin LOW, LOW PRICE: THIS SALE! 4-DRAWER STORABE CHEST SIMMONS BED CHAIR Sturdy Steel Cabinet finished in hard white enamel . . . has unbroken shelf of 40 Inches of shelf across bottom. 2 large shelves on Inside. A REAL VALUE! Sul. Priced Suit- Priced All Steel UTILITY CABINET A smartly finished chest you will be proud to display. Sturdy, well • constructed furniture that will serve you I faithfully for many years. Sale Priced White enamel ... 4 inside pelves . . , 54" high . . . Ideal lor kitchen or linen storage in laundry. Big 69"x35"x21" Double Door WARDROBE WITH STORAGE DRAWER ACROSS THE TOP SPECIAL ONLY No Money Down tin* large hut nil ell aud iptt- Glout drawer at top . . , Knob door ha* a tie rack .,. prewnU a world of storage VALUES SO GIGANTIC THEY WILL STAGGER THE IMAGINATION! SAVE NOW! NO MONEY DOWN • TERMS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET! SHOP 'TIL 9P.M. EVERY MON. & FBI. FRANKLIN BUNION • 1MIAST MOAOWAY, ALTON, ILL FREE STORESIDE PARKING t DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS, 11th ood HANKLIN t MAPLfWOOD, MOM 7l9t MANCHISTIft AVI, • 117 COlLJNfVILLL IAST ST, LOUIS, ILL,

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