Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 13, 1960
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WfcDNRSDAY, JtTLY 13, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FHRKE Firemen Remove Leaky Refrigerator EDWARDSVILLE - The flre department was called to the home of Joseph Gain, E. Lake Dr. Tuesday evening to remove a refrigerator which was leaking refrigerant gas. The refrigerator was In the basement and the firemen had to use self contained masks to combat the fumes. Hurricane Abby Heads for Jamaica MIAMI, Fla. fAP)-Hurricane Abby, the season's first, is expected to carry gale force winds and heavy rainfall to Jamaica today us thr Ironical storm's northern fringes begin to touch the is- Innd. . '• The U. S. Weather Bureau said I Jamaican interests should remain I on the alert, as well as interests) in the Caymans, northeast Nicaragua and along the north coast of Honduras and the nast coast oi the Yucatan Peninsula. Abby changed course a bit toi the north during the night and has j gained slightly in intensity. Highest , winds, however, were still about 85 miles per hour near the storm's center. LOOK, ISO CONTEST! FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass wi-j _* • -* *j* •****"• t »"FPwO OT WOO* u£ttidXP£yL7 n S a * t " ne °° not uve la fear of thte happenina to YOU. Jiut iprlnkl. the alkaline « •TSSHaS: powder, on , «o th«y M *bl«. bow not wur. Cheek odor brwitb". Get FASTEKTB eouaton Donna Sarginson of Medora, Miss Illinois County Fair, turned up at Greene County Fair Tuesday night to participate In the Miss Greene County Fair Pageant, only to find the event had been rained out. She will be on hand for the re-scheduled event this evening. In photo, from left, are Mrs. Vernon Sarginson, Miss Sarginson's mother, Miss Sarginson herself, Elaine Rhoads of Carrollton and Sandy Meeks, one of the entrants in the Miss Greene County Fair contest. Calhoun 4-ff Leaders Hold Discussion Meeting HARDIN — The Calhoun County 4-H Leaders Council met Monday night at the Farm Bureau building to discuss plans for the county 4-H shows, the county HEITZ OPTICAL New Located In Hit— METROPOLITAN BLDG. 307 HENRY ST. Stop in, we will be happy to serve all your optical needs at our new location. CHARLES J. HEITZ EDWARD P. PARKES, Jr. fair, and other parts of the 4-H program. The meeting was conducted by Farm Adviser Roscoe Randall and Home Adviser Mrs. Peter W. Simon. It was explained that projects [for state fair competition will be judged at a county show in the Hardin school gym next Wednesday. July 20. and the remainder of the projects will be exhibited and judged on 4-H Day at the Apple Festival and Fair, Saturday. September 3. Wednesday's show will be pri- | marily for home economics projects, but will include some agriculture demonstrations, and a public speaking activity open to both ag and home ec club members. "Four-H Club Member" signs Eldred Board To Discuss Water System ELDRED Mayor Marlon Shlpman SM1PMAN — Threr young >nen from the local Methodist Church attending churchcampat "Little Grassy Lake" near Carbondale are John Holland Scott, accompanied six other couples Thomas Beckham, and Larry!from the area to a Ham Festival Glllespfe. They were taken to ion Sunday at Bowling Green, amp by Rev. David Packard. The all day event was for ham William Woods College at Falton, Mo. are Beverly Coleman, Janet Lahr, Linda Sawyer and Janice Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hall A group from the Pinsa Meth- radfo operators and their fnm odist Church attending "Farth- ilies. est Out Camp" this week which ( Mrs. A. V. Blumstein and Mrs. is being held on the campus of Glen Travers accompanied six girl scouts for » camping trip I to Beaver Dam over the week- jend. The girls who went were : Barbara Scott, Suzanne Bunt, | Beverly Shultz. Judy Rutherford. Ruth Ann Travel* and Jean Kahl. j Claude Karnes is a patient at JWood River hospital where he 'was taken by ambulance after i suffering a heart attack at his home. Bernard Gregory, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gregory, te a medical patient at St. Joseph's Hospital In Alton. Paul Myers of Stuart, Fla., has been visiting his parents, Mr. anr) Mrs. Louis Myers. On Sunday. Myers, Mrs. Alpheus Rhoades and children of Oregon, and Mrs. Louis Myers were dinner guests of the Glen Myers family in Bunker Hill. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" VICTOR • a ^li AQQI Rent*!* GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLf, UM, 114 B. Bdwy. Ph.iK>§-ttM **AltOll'S (701 ft IfHSfftAM Stationer" Felegtaph Want Ads "CLICK" Wildhagen has announced a special meeting of the town board and other interested parties at the Town Hall tonight with engineers from Klinger Co. of Quincy in regard to the new water system. The town board has worked for some time on plans for the erection of a water system in Eldred. A deep well was drilled on town property some time ago. Iti is hoped to have 100 signers for water users. ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to announce that Mr. TONY BARRY, who has been with our company for 10 years, has recently assumed the position of Branch Manager for Alton and surrounding territory. If you have any questions regarding your heating equipment or service work, please contact Mr. Barry, No. Four Front Street, HOward 5-7706. He will be happy to make your acquaintance and be of service to you. ANY FORMER EMPLOYES ARE INVITED TO COME AND GET ACQUAINTED Holland Furnace Company Auxiliary Installs Officers ELDRED — Mrs. Anna Mae Ivers was installed as the new and pias were distributed to the, president of the Legion Auxiliao leaders for each club member. j a t their meeting Monday eve- and the leaders discussed a float i n j ng . Mrs . Betty Best wag ^ for the Apple Festival parade. It i installing officer, was decided that the clubs will! The other officers elected at' organize earlier next year, and that the Share-The-Fun Festival date will also be set earlier. Kinser's Have Guests HARDIN — Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Kinser in Hardin were Mr. and Mrs. David Sciabaras of Chicago, friends of the Kinsers' son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinser, of Berwyn, who with their young son are spending the last meeting \we also install- < ed. Mrs. Ivers appointed Mrs. Betty Best as reporter, Mrs. Helen Waters, secretary, and Mrs. Bertha Hodgerson and Mrs. Alberta Oden as color bearers. A guest, Miss Kay Camerer, gave a report on her experiences while attending Girl's State. She had been sponsored by the Auxiliary. A thank-you note was read from former member Mrs. Velma Goewey. Plans were discuss-j part of their vacation in the Kinser home. Jed for the annual Homecoming j Legion Auxiliary to Meet |which will be Aug. 6 and 7, it is! HARDIN — Mrs. Ed Lawrence]sponsored jointly by the Legion j of Hardin will be hostess to the j members. ! local American Legion Auxiliary j Mrs - Betty Best, Mrs. Helen unit at her home Friday at i| Waters, Mrs. Margaret Varble p.m. j aRd Mrs. Helen McGlasson were Purpose of the meeting is to make tray favors for hospitalized veterans, and the women plan to make 300 of the candy and cigar- appointed as a committee to meet with the Legion Tuesday evening to make plans for the homecoming. hour followed the CONTINUING OUR JULY CLEARANCE MEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT SUITS GROUP 1 GROUP 2 Wash 'N Wear Fabrics VALUES TO $45 Dacron&Wool and 100% Silk VALUES TO 165 33 * 39 GROUP 3 And Wool Dacron VALUES TO 579.50 $ 56 Slight Alteration Charge. CABANA SETS . . WALKING SHORTS. 20%Off STRAW HATS .... ViOff VALUES TO 122.95 SPECIAL LOT OF BOSTON I AN & MANSFIELD SHOES VALVES TO 1/6.95 '12" 680 E. Broadway ALTON A social meeting. Eldred Note* ELDRED - Mrs. Thomas Baker Jr. and daughter Tomma Jo and Mrs. Douglas Brannan land daughter Kelly have returned from a week's visit with Mrs. Baker's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. fisher at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncan and children of Manchester visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie! Flatt. Sunday evening guests inj the Flatt home were Mr. and! 'Mrs. Don Go win and children of! Hettick. | Sunday guests at the home ofj Mr. and Mrs. Otis Whitakerj were Mr. and Mrs. William Whitaker and children of East St. Louis. Miss Alma Knootz of Kansas City visited several days last I week at the home of Mr. and IMrs. Frank Reif. j Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adcock and children visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mi's. Wayne Outer at Berdan. .ette favors, which will be sent to I the veterans' division of Jaekson- , ville State Hospital. Hurdln \ott% Mr. and Mrs. William Stone wer guests Sunday at a family dinner at the home of Mrs. Stone's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Ehlert and daughter, in Granite City. NoNa_ Backacl eansa M. WVMV* *MI* ^WUAUi IHMf VUMUV VU WIH over-exertion, emotional UJJ*BU or da> to <Uy «tr«u and etrala. And folk* wbc wt and <Hnk unwUely lometluiua »uffei mild bladder Irritation...with that rait leu. uncomfortable feeling, If you are mUertUe and worn oat he. uuoJ UWM discomfort*, Poan't Piflt of. ten Ml? by their pain relieving action. Iw thylr loothlna «K*et to .ate Irrf. '• Un»lr mild diuretic action aeyn-UndlttB to Inersai. • IB inU«* at kidney tube*. _• backache wakee you fed mlivrable. with reftleu, ito. don't wait, try Bonn 7 * name ham relief million* for ov»r go yean. A«k for 3-day SALE! while quantities last! SUMMER... CLEARANCE WOMENS'-CHIIDREN'S-GIRI'S FASHIONS! So easy to buy your entire vacation wardrobe during this event! Just say "CHARGE IT" on Sears Revolving Charge Account. WOMEN'S Reg. Price 3.98 to 14.98 GIRL'S FASHIONS Reg. 2-Pc. Play Suits .... 1.98 3-Pc. Play Suits .... 3.98 Swim Suits 2.98 Sport Shirts 1.00 Blouses 1.00 Sleeveless Dresses . . 2.22 Dresses to 4.98 Polo Shirts 1.69 2-Pc. Short Sets .... 1.22 Sale 1.44 2.66 2.44 1. 2.99 1.22 to OTHERS PRICED TO ... 12.99 in juniors', misses' and half sizes dresses with their own jackets sheath dresses! suit-dresses! dresses with full, full skirts patio dresses! sundresses! late afternoon, "after 5" styles shirtwaist dresses! casuals! town and resort fashions • polka dots! florals! • bright and pastel plaids • pale pastels! darktones! • color-sparkling prints • woven stripes and checks • cottons of many types • plenty of easv-care fabrics CHILDREN'S CLEARANCE Reg. Sale Boys' Boxer Shorts . . Girls' Swim Suits . . , Boys' Swim Trunks . Boys'Short Sets . . . Girls' Boxer Shorts . . Boys' Dress Shorts . . Boys'Slack Sets . . . Spring Coats . . . Sun Dresses 2 for .99 Boys'Sport Shirts . . 1.79 1.29 Girls'Play Suits . . . 1.98 1.33 Toddlers Sun Suits . . . 2 for .99 Girls' Pedal Pusher Sets. 2.98 1.98 Girls'Halters 79 Boys' 2-Pc. Short Set . .1.19 Girls' Shirt and Shorts . 1.59 Boys' Swim Suits . . 2.98 3prs. .77 .77 .77 1.29 .99 . 2prs. .99 1.98 1.39 2.98 1.88 10.98 5.00 .44 .99 1.33 2.39 Mites' Pinafore Sets . 2.98 1.99 WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR CLEARANCE " BLOUSES «a * i Sleeveless Blouses, Shirts in all sizes and colors. SHORTS 99" ^ 2" Walking Shorts, Bermuda Shorts and Short Shorts. CAPRI PANTS STRAW HATS SKIRTS ..3 Cotton Prints, White Arnel Skirts, in sizes 10 to 18. PEDAL PUSHERS Sizes 10 to 18 and 38 to 44. 2.98 to 4.49 1.98 to 7.98 "* 3" M « Q99 lo tf BOY'S CLEARANCE Reg. §ale Sport Shirts 1.69 1.39 Boxer Shorts 98 .79 Bermuda Shorts .... 2.98 2.77 Shorty Pajamas .... 1.49 1.19 SUMMER SHOES 10 Boy's, Girl's, Men's, Women's •*• v MEN'S CLEARANCE Rt»g. Sale Cord Pants ...... 4.49 3.99 Men's Sport Shirts . . . 2.29 1.66 Cabana Sets 5.98 4.88 Swim Suits 1.66 1.22 Swim Suits 2.98 2.22 1.98 - 3,98 Straw Hats. . .25% OH ^pMMHM A *W^^ ^*M Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back* SEARS ALTON Phone HO

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